If you are looking for resources on a specific topic, there are several tools you can use.
1. Searching by keyword. Change the collection you search to Online Journals to reduce your results.
2. Searching by subject. Change the field you would like to search to subject to reduce your results.
Remember: The catalogue also includes Law Books and Serials in Print. If you restrict your search to Online Journals, these holdings will not appear in your results list.
Search content Trove has brought together from libraries, museums, archives, repositories and other research organisations. Run an Advanced Search by subject.
UlrichsWeb: Global Serials Directory
An international serials directory which covers more than 900 subject areas. Click on Advanced Search, and search by subject (Keyword).
Journal databases such as AustLII, Lexis Advance and Westlaw Australia enable users to search by subject and/or keywords. Access from the Law Library website Research Databases by Type - Journal Articles page.
The following information relates to finding articles on Australian cases. For information about other jurisdictions, check the 'Foreign, Global and Comparative' list of research guides on the law library website.
Search for the case using a case citator. Once you have located the record for the case, look for the links to journal articles about the case. Each of the case citators label these links differently. Following is a summary:
If there is no link to the full text article in the database, search for the journal's name under Title in the Library catalogue.
Often citations to journals will include the journal name in abbreviated form. If you are not sure what the abbreviation stands for, search for the abbreviation using a tool such as the Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations.
The following information relates to finding articles on Australian legislation. For information about other jurisdictions, check the 'Foreign, Global and Comparative' list of research guides on the law library website.
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