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Choose the 'Articles and More' search mode or search 'Everything' and refine your results to articles later. Enter keywords to describe the subject you are researching or details of the specific article you are looking for.
Not all law journal articles are indexed in OneSearch. If you can't find a specific article, search for the journal title in 'Everything' and check the coverage to see if the relevant year is available. If you only have an abbreviated title, for example SJ, use the Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations to find the full title.
Have a look at this video to se how to find a specific journal article.
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Databases enable you to construct a more complex search and have advanced functionality which help you to find and organise relevant material.
Most article databases contain the full text of articles, but some are indexing/abstracting/bibliographic databases containing details of journal articles. Click on to see if the full text is available. We do not have access to all articles in indexing databases.
Subject databases for Law