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ONU Law Review Resources: Finding Journal Articles

Finding Journals

Journal Finder

You can search POLAR to find print holdings of law reviews, journals, and other periodicals, or use the Journal Finder to find electronic databases that have the journal in full text.  Click on the example below for the Harvard Law Review.

Journal Indexes

Looking through old copies of legal history law journals can show you articles that scholars have written in the past. This can help you in finding a topic or help you find sources that you would not have found on your own.

Taggart Law Library has several print and electronic indexes to help you find journal articles by topic.

Full-Text Sources

Citing Journals

Rule 16 of the Bluebook governs the citation of periodicals, including law review and other journals. Note that consecutively paginated and non-consecutively paginated (i.e. each issue is separately paginated) follow Rule 16.4 and 16.5, respectively. 


Citation of particular pages within a law review article with parenthetical information about what appears on those pages:



Search Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search

Reference Appointments

The Taggart Law Library is here to help! Schedule an appointment with a librarian or chat with us using our online chat feature. Open to ONU Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni. 

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