Bibliographies are compilations of secondary source materials pertaining to a particular topic. Most of the secondary sources compiled in the Brexit bibliographies described below were published prior to the 2016 referendum. To locate secondary sources published subsequent to the referendum, scroll down to the sections on Finding Books and e-Books and Finding Journal Articles.
To locate books about Brexit and its impact, search GULLiver, the Law Library's online catalog. For greater precision, use the Advanced Search template, enter Brexit in the first search box, and use the menu on the left to select "title" as the search field. Add additional terms in the remaining search boxes:
To search across all Georgetown libraries (including those on the main campus) for books, journal articles, and more, use One Search. Note that One Search also will retrieve newspaper articles. If you don't want newspaper articles, you may check the box to exclude them prior to running a search or filter them out after running a search.
To locate scholarly articles that discuss Brexit and its impact from a legal perspective, search a law journal index, such as LegalTrac or Legal Periodicals and Books. Or use a full-text law journal database, such as those found on HeinOnline, Kluwer Law Online Journals, Lexis, and Westlaw. SSRN is a good source for emerging scholarship and NGO working papers.
To restrict your search for scholarly articles to journals published in UK, use the following resources:
If the journal database from which you retrieve a citation does not provide access to the full text of the article, use the E-Journal Finder to determine if the full text is available from another database. If the journal is not available electronically, search for the title of the journal in the Law Library's online catalog to see if it is available in print. If the library doesn't have the journal in print, you may request a copy of the article via interlibrary loan.