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Articles for Legal and Non-Legal Research

This is a quick guide to scholarly article databases and indexes. It includes indexes to journals and magazines, as well as other scholarly literature.

Articles by Citation

Let's look at how you can find an article if you have a citation, such as

  • What Makes the D.C. Circuit Different? A Historical View. John G. Roberts Jr. Virginia Law Review 92.3 (May 2006): p375-389

Start by searching for the journal title in Gulliver. For example, to locate the article above, input the title search of Virginia Law Review. This will display all of the databases which provide access to the Virginia Law Review. Choose one and search for the specific article in the May 2006 issue.

Articles that are not available online or in print may be requested through our Interlibrary Loan service.

Virginia Law Review