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JSTOR contains articles from a number of major law reviews, as well as hundreds of journals in other disciplines. Recent issues are generally not included, but it does have retrospective coverage. It is full-text searchable.


HeinOnline includes articles from over 1,200 law reviews. It provides digitized page images, which allows you to view the articles as they appeared in the print edition. Coverage for most journals extends back to the first volumes, making it useful for locating older articles. For most journals, coverage does not include the most recent issues. This database can be accessed from any on-campus location. If you are off-campus, access is limited to law library patrons.


Westlaw contains articles from several hundred law reviews. Coverage begins in the 1980s or 1990s, depending on the journal. You can use either natural language or terms and connectors searching. You can limit your search to an individual journal, or search all of the journals. Access to Westlaw is limited to members of the law school community. The law library does have a public Westlaw terminal available for use in the library.

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