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  • American University Law Review

    The oldest and the largest student published journal at the Washington College of Law at American University. This online version of the law review addresses a broad range of topics, including healthcare issues, environmental law, land rights in Israel, voting rights in North Carolina, securities law, habeas corpus cases, and many others. The American University Law Review is the only journal in the U.S. to publish annual issues dedicated solely to decisions of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals regarding patent law, international trade, government contracts, and Native American law. Articles are written from outside authors including judges, professors, and practitioners, and student-written notes and comments discussing cutting-edge legal issues.

    http://www.wcl.american.edu/journal/lawrev »
  • Appellate Decisions Noted

    From Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP, this monthly eNewsletter discusses recent decisions of interest from federal and state appellate courts in California. Coverage is emphasized on recent developments in employer, business and municipal liability.

    http://www.appellate-counsellor.com/noted.htm »
  • British Journal of Criminology

    Published on behalf of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King's College London, The British Journal of Criminology is one of the most influential journals in its field. It is renowned for publishing research of the highest standard from all over the world. To receive the online version, print version, or both, payment is required which provides the user with a password and username for online access or mails the print versions. This can be done by completing a quick online form.

    http://bjc.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • Chicago-Kent Law Review

    Managed by students at the Chicago-Kent School of Law, the Chicago-Kent Law Review consists of articles written by professors, judges, attorneys, and other commentators, including students at the law school. The Law Review is issued three times a year and the Web site provides access to the entire issue.

    http://lawreview.kentlaw.edu »
  • Columbia Journal of Environmental Law

    Published biannually, the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law is the second oldest environmental law journal in the nation. Founded in 1973, the Journal keeps readers updated on the most current and noteworthy environmental issues. Subscription is required for full text articles but the online version provides abstracts of articles and a full index by volume.

    http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cjel »
  • Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

    The Denver Journal of International Law and Policy is issued quarterly through the University of Denver College of Law. The Journal is devoted to addressing issues in international law in both the public and private arenas. Online abstracts are available but subscription is necessary for the full article.

    http://www.law.du.edu/ilj »
  • Emory International Law Review

    From the Emory University School of Law, the Emory International Law Review is published semi-annually by the students of the law school. Many of the articles are available online and can be searched through their index of volumes.

    http://www.law.emory.edu/EILR/eilrhome.htm »
  • Federal Communications Law Journal

    From the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, the Federal Communications Law Journal features articles that examine a wide range of U.S. and international communications and information issues, including telecommunications, the First Amendment, broadcasting, telephony, computers, intellectual property, communications and information policy-making, and related fields. Articles are written by practitioners, professors, judges, politicians, and other attorneys in the field and can be retrieved in their full form. Users can search through a database of past issues of the Journal using search terms.

    http://www.law.indiana.edu/fclj/index.shtml »
  • Hastings Women's Law Journal

    From the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, The Hastings Women's Law Journal provides a forum for discussion of feminism, race theory, multi-culturalism, animal rights, disability rights, language rights, international human rights, criminal defendants' rights, prisoners' rights, and other issues outside the traditional legal academic scholarship. The Journal publishes works of literature, poems, book reviews, personal pieces, and, of course, legal analysis twice a year through the work of students and volunteers. The online version of the Journal provides and index and full text versions of all of the articles.

    http://www.uchastings.edu/?pid=118 »
  • International Journal of Law and Information Technology

    The International Journal of Law and Information Technology is geared towards legal, computer, and technology professionals. Published by Oxford University Press, the articles derive from the field of computer law and computer technology and its influence on the law. Articles topics include, but are not limited to, document drafting, litigation support, expert systems, case-flow management, computer misuse, computer contracts, liability for defective systems and the legal implications of emerging new technologies. The Journal is published three times a year and to view articles in their entirety, subscription is required.

    http://ijlit.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family

    The International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, published by Oxford University Press, is unique because it presents issues of family law in an alternative, not purely substantive, manner. The articles are many times of a comparative nature and take on a theoretical analysis. Other literary pieces in the Journal include, but are not limited to, sociological literature concerning the family which is of special interest to law and legal policy, social policy literature of special interest to law and the family, literature in related disciplines (such as medicine, psychology, demography) which is of special relevance to law and the family, research and other relevant reports. The Journal is published three times a year and to view articles in their entirety, subscription is required.

    http://lawfam.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • International Journal of Refugee Law

    The International Journal of Refugee Law is a key resource for anyone involved in refugee work, including lawyers, teachers, and officials in immigration, government, and international organizations. The Journal's mission is to stimulate opinions on refugee law and serve as a tool in the protection of refugees. Articles contain valuable research in the area of refugee law and regularly provide key information and commentary on today's critical issues, including internal displacement, the human rights dimension, restrictive policies, asylum and determination procedures, and populations at risk. The Journal is published quarterly and to view articles in their entirety, subscription is required.

    http://ijrl.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization

    The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization, published by Oxford University Press and assisted by Stanford University Library, brings together legal-economic scholarship with other social science disciplines, such as political science and sociology. An index of this biannual journal is available online but subscription is required to view the full text version.

    http://jleo.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • Law Library Resource Xchange

    Law Library Resource Xchange (LLRX) is an eNewsletter that focuses on Internet legal research, management and technology-related issues for legal professionals. Issues include, but are not limited to, Congressional activities, World Wide Web sites, training resources and the challenges posed by the continually expanding online world. LLRX publishes daily breaking legal, technology, and research related news, weekly columns, and bimonthly features, articles, and columns written by nationally renowned law librarians, attorneys, information technology specialists and legal technology specialists. The Web site is free and even provides a free opt-in monthly email updates to alert users when new content is published.

    http://www.llrx.com »
  • Medical Law Review

    Medical Law Review, published by Oxford University Press, is useful for academics, lawyers, legal and medical practitioners, law students and anyone interested in health care and the law. The Review, published three times a year, includes articles pertaining to medical law on an international level, two commentary sections, case reports and legislation summaries followed by analytical interpretation. A table of contents and index is available online but the full text version of the Review requires subscription.

    http://jleo.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

    From the University of Michigan Law School, the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law is composed of both traditional and non-traditional diverse literary pieces that explore gender issues in the law. Articles touch upon a multitude of gender issues, as well as related issues of race, class, sexual orientation, and culture and their impact on the lives of women and men. The Journal publishes the views of legal scholars, social scientists, practitioners, students, activists and others. Written pieces may include, but are not limited to, traditional law journal articles, book reviews, briefs or other legal documents, speeches, critiques, poetry and fiction pieces. The Review is published twice a year and requires subscription for the complete version of the articles.

    http://students.law.umich.edu/mjgl/ »
  • Michigan Journal of Race & Law

    The purpose of the Michigan Journal of Race & Law is to serve as a forum to generate opinions and discover new theories for the study of law involving racial issues. The Journal, published three times a year, seeks contribution from voices of all races and publishes views of scholars, students, practitioners, and social scientists. Short excerpts from all articles are available online but the full text version requires subscription.

    http://students.law.umich.edu/mjrl/ »
  • Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review (MTTLR)

    From the University of Michigan Law School, the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review (MTTLR) examines the tensions created by advances in computing, telecommunications, biotechnology, multimedia, networking, information and other technologies. Founded in 1994, MTTLR seeks to raise diverse opinions about the interrelated legal, social, business, and public policy issues raised by emerging technologies. MTTLR's annual articles are available online in their entirety and also are available in hard copy.

    http://www.mttlr.org/html/home.html »
  • Missouri Environmental Law and Policy Review (MELPR)

    From the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law and the Missouri Bar's Environmental and Energy Law Committee, MELPR, is a quarterly student-edited law review focusing on environmental issues of interest to practitioners and policy makers. The site also lists recent environmental legislation in Missouri and provides case summaries of cases used in recent issues of the MELPR. Subscription is necessary for the full text version of the Review.

    http://mail.law.missouri.edu/melpr »
  • National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law

    The National Journal of Sexual Orientation Law is the second online journal devoted exclusively to legal issues affecting lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. The Journal provides reports and studies germane to gay and lesbian legal issues, briefs filed by litigators around the country in key cases, and essays, student work and other forms of traditional law review scholarship. Articles may be retrieved in their complete version online.

    http://www.ibiblio.org/gaylaw »
  • National Law Journal

    Sponsored and published by Lawyer Media, Inc. The National Law Journal is a weekly journal of legal news. The Journal uncovers how the nation's top attorneys solve problems in and out of court, as well as other tricks of the trade for any attorney. The Journal's award winning reporting is their principal source of information about the important events of the previous week and the latest emerging trends.

    http://www.nlj.com »
  • Osgoode Hall Law Journal

    Osgoode Hall Law Journal, in publication since 1958, is a joint faculty and student enterprise set out to be a forum for the exchange and expression of new ideas about the law itself, both theoretical and practical. The Journal seeks to publish new theoretical generalizations, report empirical findings, and address the impact of legal developments on issues of social, political, and economic concern from a broad range of perspectives. The Journal publishes articles from authors from all around the world to provide international perspectives. Articles can be retrieved by author, title, subject, or volume in their full form online in a PDF file.

    http://www.yorku.ca/ohlj »
  • Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (OJLS)

    Published on behalf of the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, the OJLS is a quarterly journal at the forefront of theoretical legal scholarship. The OJLS seeks to encourage interest in all matters relating to law, with an emphasis on matters of theory and on broad issues arising from the relationship of law to other disciplines. The OJLS features topics including, but not limited to, comparative and international law, the law of the European Community, legal history and philosophy, and interdisciplinary material in areas of relevance. Subscription is required for the full text version.

    http://ojls.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • Richmond Journal of Law & Technology

    From the University of Richmond T.C. Williams School of Law, the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology is the first law review in the world to be published exclusively online. The quarterly journal focuses on the technological impact of computers and other technology on the law. Issues cover a broad range of topics ranging from developing legal issues on the Internet to issues in biotechnology and emerging areas of constitutional law.

    http://law.richmond.edu/jolt/index.asp »
  • RISK

    RISK is the official journal of the Risk Assessment & Policy Association (RAPA), an association that promotes multidisciplinary research on theory and practice of risk assessment and management, to encourage public involvement in risk assessment and management, and to examine the use of risk assessment in legislative and regulatory proceedings. The site includes articles, comments, book reviews, essays and other miscellaneous resources that are all available online for the majority of volumes.

    http://www.fplc.edu/risk/RskINDX.HTM »
  • Southern California Law Review

    The Southern California Law Review is published by University of Southern California Law School students six times a year and articles can be retrieved in their full context online.

    http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~usclrev/index.html »
  • Southern California Review of Law and Women's Studies

    The Southern California Review of Law and Women's Studies (RLAWS) is a biannual legal journal produced by students of the University of Southern California Law School. The Review aims to influence legal development by promoting discussion and examination of the intersection of gender and the law and to emphasize female equality. The Journal publishes legal narratives and analyses of case law and legislation with the goal of creating a greater understanding of how the law affects women, and how women affect the law. Subscription is required to read the articles in their full context.

    http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~rlaws »
  • Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance

    Edited and operated by the students at Stanford Law School, the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance is a biannual journal addressing practical business and financial legal issues. Articles provide valuable insight into the legal and business communities and maintain the high quality associated with Stanford Law School. Subscription is required for full content of the Journal but excerpts are available online.

    http://sjlbf.stanford.edu/ »
  • Stanford Law and Policy Review

    The Stanford Law and Policy Review, published by biannually by students of Stanford Law School, is an academic journal concentrating on current issues of law and public policy.

    http://www.stanford.edu/group/SLPR »
  • Statute Law Review

    Statute Law Review, published by the Oxford University Press three times a year, presents scholarly articles on the legislative process, using legislation in the public arena and the drafting and interpretation of legislation. The Review is useful for anyone in both private practice and in public service including academics, lawyers, political scientists, and others who write and teach within the field of legislation. The Review is published three times a year and requires subscription for complete versions of the articles.

    http://slr.oxfordjournals.org/ »
  • Virginia Journal of Law and Technology

    Sponsored by the University of Virginia's Law School, The Virginia Journal of Law and Technology is a biannual journal that provides scholarly articles and opinions on the expanding field of technology law. Articles can be retrieved directly from the site in their full context.

    http://www.vjolt.net »
  • Web Journal of Current Legal Issues

    From the University of Newcastle in the United Kingdom. The Web Journal of Current Legal Issues is published bi-monthly on the Web and aims to provide information on current legal issues in judicial decisions, law reform, legislation, legal research, policy related socio-legal research, legal information, information technology and practice.

    http://webjcli.ncl.ac.uk »