To find a particular article by its citation, you can use the Law Library's catalog and search by the article's title or by the title of the journal where the article is published.
Instead of using the main search box, use the Advanced Search option to do a more controlled and efficient search.
Advanced Search provides options to search by title and/or author in order to search for specific articles.
You can also use the Journals option to search for the title of a journal using the Journal Finder. This search will allow you to find out if the Law Library has access to a particular journal or other periodical (such as a newspaper or magazine). For more help, view our Journal Finder Tutorial.
If the Law Library has online access to a journal or to a specific article, the catalog record will indicate where it is accessible under "View Online."
If the Law Library does not have access to an article, submit an Interlibrary Loan request for the article.