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Information to help you carry out legal research

Why do I need to use journals?

Journals are important for finding:

  • the most up-to date research on a topic
  • coverage of a specialised subject
  • original research, experiments and in-depth analysis

The Library subscribes to over 40,000 unique electronic journals. Search or browse the A-Z list of eJournals

Searching for journals by title

To find a journal by title:

  1. Go to OneSearch
  2. Log in with your University username and password
  3. Type the title of the journal you want into the search box
  4. Choose the 'Books and more' search mode
  5. If necessary, limit the results to 'Journals' using the refining tools on the right. If you only want to see ejournals, refine further to 'Full text online'
  6. Click the title of the journal to further information about how to access the journal, online or in print in the Library.  Print Law journals are shelved at classmark S6.
  7. Not all Law journals are listed on OneSearch.  If you can't find what you need, check on WestlawUK or Westlaw International.