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Use the online library catalog to conduct a specific search for online resources available to you through UF. You may also search for journals by title, keyword, or subject matter. Visit the Current Index to Legal Periodicals for a list of journal and periodical titles currently available.
The HeinOnline Law Journal Library provides full-text access in pdf format to law reviews and journals. Coverage begins with a journal’s first volume but does not usually include its most recent issues.
The Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP) provides citations to articles about foreign, comparative and international law from 1985 to the present. Materials indexed include articles from 450 journals, congressional reports, chapters in books, yearbooks, and book reviews. Materials in all languages are included. Greek, Cyrillic, and East Asian vernacular are Romanized and Arabic and Hebrew titles are translated into English or French.
The Index to Legal Periodicals & Books (ILP) provides citations to articles in law reviews, bar association journals, yearbooks, institutes, and government publications from 1980 to present. ILP Retrospective provides coverage from 1908-1981.
LegalTrac, also known as Legal Resource Index (LRI), provides citations to articles in law reviews, bar association journals, legal newspapers, international legal journals, and law-related articles from business and general interest journals published since 1980.
LexisNexis US Law Reviews & Journals, Combined contains articles in full-text from law reviews and bar journals. Coverage varies by publication.
Westlaw Journals & Law Reviews contains articles in full-text from law reviews, CLE course materials and bar journals. Coverage varies by publication.
SSRN provides access to new scholarship including working papers in accounting, economics, financial economics, law and management.
Factiva, Google News, LexisNexis and Westlaw provide extensive current coverage of a wide variety of newspapers and other news sources.
The New York Times on LexisNexis and Westlaw provides full-text access from June 1980 to present in plain-text only.
The Wall Street Journal on LexisNexis provides full-text access from 1984 to present in plain-text only.
The Washington Post on LexisNexis provides full-text access from 1977 to present in plain-text only. The Washington Post on ProQuest Historical is a digital archive providing coverage from 1877-1992.
*Westlaw and LexisNexis are available to law students and faculty only.
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