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Law Guide: Journals

This guide is a one stop shop for law materials, in hard copy and electronic formats, including guidance on referencing and citation.

How do I find journal articles?

Places to start: 

How do I tell if the journal is peer-reviewed?

  • Access the link to Ulricks below. 
  • Type the title of the journal in the title search box
  • If the journal has an icon like a referee's shirt next to it .....that means it is refereed / peer-reviewed, the journal contains peer-reviewed articles.

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