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Legal Research Resources for USD Students (Non-Law): Articles - Law Reviews & Journals
This guide is intended for academic research in legal resources by University of South Dakota graduate and undergraduate students from colleges and schools other than the School of Law. The information in this guide is not intended as legal advice.
Articles in law reviews and journals provide in-depth analyses of narrow legal topics. These articles usually include many footnotes to primary and other secondary sources. Law reviews and journals often are published by law schools and edited by law students, and contain scholarly articles written by law professors. Other reviews or journals are published commercially or by bar associations.
Refer to the diagram on the Courts and Case Law tab. Under Legal, choose Law Reviews and "Advanced Options." Use the box to search all law reviews or by areas of law using a segment search e.g. AUTHOR (name), keyword or Boolean search.
How to Find Articles In HeinOnline
Choose Law Journal Library. Use the Citation Navigator, search using the single text box or Advanced Search, or browse by journal or law review title and open the "+" to view individual issues.
Legal "Bluebook" Citation Style for Law Review or Law Journal Articles
SSRN allows legal writers to post working papers, accepted papers, and final versions of their published articles. Search across all SSRN or search by legal topic and sub-topic using the Subject Matter e-journal link in the left column under "Law."