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European Legal Periodical Abbreviation List
Produced and maintained by the Law Library Faculty of Law of the Catholic University Leuven.
Free Full-text Online Law Review/Law Journal Search Engine - ABA Legal Technology Resource Center
This free search engine searches the free full-text of over 400 online law reviews and law journals, as well as document repositories hosting academic papers and related publications such as Congressional Research Service reports. Several of the law reviews and legal journals (such as the Stanford Technology Law Review), working papers, and reports are available online only.
The Guide to Law Online
The Guide to Law Online, prepared by the Law Library of Congress Public Services Division, is an annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online. It includes selected links to useful and reliable sites for legal information.
Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
Washington & Lee Law School's website providing information on the ranking of law journals. The purpose of the Law Journals webpage is to allow authors to find law journals by subject, country, or journal rank (where available), to display journal editorial information, and to facilitate an author's article submission to those journals.
Law Reviews with Online Content - New York Law School
The New York Law School Mendik Library tracks about 150 law journals that supply, at minimum, their current issue freely available online.
Legal History: The Year Books
Database produced and maintained by the Boston University School of Law. Year Books are the law reports of medieval England. The earliest examples date from about 1268 and the last in the printed series are for the year 1535. The Year Books are our principal source materials for the development of legal doctrines, concepts, and methods from 1290 to 1535, a period during which the common law developed into recognizable form. More than 22,000 individual reports or 'pleas' have been printed, and others remain in manuscript. This database indexes all year book reports printed in the chronological series for all years between 1268 and 1535, and many of the year book reports printed only in alphabetical abridgements. Of these reports, almost 6,000 from 1399 forward have been fully indexed and paraphrased in this database.
Online Law Journals
Produced and maintained by the University of Southern California Gould Law School's Law Library.
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