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Keeping up to date in Law


Introduction

Alerts can be set up to monitor new content in journals in a variety of ways:

  • You can be sent the contents page of new issues of specific journal-title (known as a TOC alert) prior to the journal being published.
  • You can be notified when a new issue of a specific journal is published and the full text of the articles are available. These alerts will be sent to you by email or RSS and you can click through to the full-text articles from the alert.
  • You can use a journal articles database, such as Index to Legal Periodicals, to perform a search and then set up an alert on the search so that you are notified when a new article is added to the database which meets your search query. These alerts will be sent to you by email or RSS and you can click through to the full-text articles from the alert.
  • You can subscribe to SSRN alerts on broad legal topics. These will be emailed to you and you can click through to the full-text articles from the alert.

The pages in the drop-down menu of this Journals tab will suggest tools to help you set up these alerts.