The boxes below will walk you through how to use individual databases that focus on criminal justice topics. General search techniques shown in these videos and walkthroughs should help no matter what database you use, but this content is meant to highlight criminal justice content.
In the Browse box, click on Secondary Sources
On the Secondary Sources page, in the By Type section, click on the Law Reviews & Journals link
Optional: On the Law Reviews & Journals page, one may choose by Level (e.g. National), By State or By Topic (e.g. Criminal Law) or simply type your search into the search box and it will search all types.
Choose the Law Journal Library link under Browse Connections by Name
Two different options to access journal articles
Alternatively, if you have a specific citation, journal, date range, etc., that you need to search for, click on the Advanced Search button below the large main Search box (see above). From that page (see below), click Select a specific content type, and select one of the links under Law Reviews and Journals, most likely the "Law Reviews and Journals" option. Once you've made a selection, the advanced search boxes will reflect the available search features for that type of content, including boxes for citation information, journal title, etc.
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