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CET256 Legal Aspects of Surveying: Law Reviews

Instructor: Brad Lyon

What is a law review?

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.

Find Law Reviews Using...

  • From the main page under Browse, select Secondary Sources
  • Select items by Type or by State
  • Select Law Reviews and Journals
  • Search your terms in the top search box
  • Using the Guided Search on the main page, select Law Reviews
  • enter your search term and select a date range
  • Once you complete a search, use the limiters on the left side including Jurisdiction, etc. to view a more narrow listing

On the main search page, enter your keywords in the search box and to that, add (using quotation marks) "law review".