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Secondary Resources for Law

A guide to help you locate and use secondary sources for Australian legal research.

Finding a Journal Article when you have the Citation

Steps for Finding the Article when you have a Citation


1. Find the full name of the Journal the article was published in

2. Search the Library Catalogue for the Journal

3. Locate the article in the journal database

Now that you have the citation, you may be able to find the full text of the article in one of our databases.

Abbreviations

Abbreviations


If you have a case or journal article, and you are unsure which report series or publication it is from, place in the abbreviation you have from the citation into one of the platforms listed below.