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MGT301 Business Law I: Law Reviews

Information Resources for Business Law

What is a Law Review?

According to the Free Legal Dictionary:

A law school publication containing both case summaries written by student members and scholarly articles written by law professors, judges, and attorneys. These articles focus on current developments in the law, case decisions, and legislation. Law reviews are edited by students, and students contribute notes to featured articles.

Search for Articles

Law Reviews via Library Databases

Thomson Reuter's Westlaw logo
  • With the “All Content” tab selected (default)
  • Click on “Secondary Sources”
  • Select “Law Reviews & Journals” from the list
  • Enter your search terms in the box that appears at the top of the screen
  • Click on the “Search” button
  • Note: Alternatively, you can browse by state or topic
LexisNexis logo

 

  • Click on "Search by Subject or Topic"
  • Under "Legal" click on "Law Reviews"
  • Enter a search strategy
  • Click on "Advanced Options"
  • Specify a date, if necessary
  • Under "Limit to," choose an area of law, if needed
  • Click on "Apply"
  • Click the "Search" button

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