Online journals

Online journals services can be split into two categories:

1.  Services for finding online versions of specific journals.

These services are useful if you are trying to  track down a journal from a reading list or bibliography.  They are suitable for answering questions such as "where can I find Law Quarterly Review?"   They are not suitable for answering questions such as "where will I find articles on criminal law?" or "where will I find articles by Joe Bloggs?" or "where will I find Smith's article on theft?". 

The main services for finding online versions of specific journals are the Search our Law Report and Journals database and  Oxford University eJournals. > Find out more about how to use these services.

2.  Services for finding articles by subject or author. 

These services are useful if you want to find journal articles from a range of publications on a particular subject or by a particular author. They are suitable for answering questions such as  "where will I find articles on criminal law?" or "where will I find articles by Joe Bloggs?" or "where will I find Smith's article on theft?". 

There are many services which offer subject and author searching of journals. For a list and to find out more about these services please see subject searching.

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