HeinOnline's Law Journal Library contains more than 1,700 law and law-related periodicals. Two major advantages of using HeinOnline for law review articles are:
1. The scope of coverage (in terms of years available) is generally much more extensive than Westlaw and LexisNexis. Coverage is from the first issue published and goes through the most-currently published issues allowed based on contracts with publishers. Depending on the journal, there may be a year or two lag between the most current issue and that available on Heinonline.
2. Original issues are scanned into the database and available in PDF.
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Westlaw's Law Reviews and Journals database contains articles and CLE materials from U.S. and Canadian based legal journals. Coverage varies by publication, but generally begins in the 1980s and run through the most recent issue. To access Law Review and Journal's database, click on the link below.
Focus: Articles and scholarly working papers regarding accounting, economics, finance, law, management, marketing, and negotiation
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LexisNexis's Law Reviews and Journals databases contains articles from law journals and CLE programs. Coverage varies by publication, but generally begins in the 1980s and runs to the most current issue. To search law reviews and journals on Lexis Advance, select "Category" filter from the filters drop down menu in the main search box. Then select the filter "Secondary Materials" and run your key word search.
bepress is a network of law-related research materials. High quality working papers are contributed from law schools, research units, think tanks, conferences and other subject-appropriate groups.
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