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Journal Articles & Databases

If you already know the journal title, year, volume number and page number for an article, you may be able to access it electronically by searching for the journal's title in the UNB e-journals database. If we have the journal electronically or in print, it will be listed. You can also look up the journal title in UNB WorldCat.

Keep in mind that it can be best to start with an index rather than a full-text database. An index is essentially a list of articles by topic. Sometimes the article will be available full-text, but often you'll just be given a citation that you can use to track it down somewhere else.

The following indexes and databases can be used to find articles on comparative law, the legal systems of other countries, Aboriginal/Indigenous law, and/or religious law.



There are other indexes available in print and electronically, as well as more full-text journal databases. Contact a law librarian for assistance.

Last modified on October 1, 2023 01:48