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Law reviews are scholarly journals typically published by law schools. Locating & reading a law review or journal article is usually a great way to begin research on a topic. In addition to giving you a thorough discussion & analysis of a particular legal issue, an article's footnotes can provide you with citations for the primary sources of law (statutes, cases, etc.) related to the issue.
Search the full text of hundreds of US Law Reviews and Bar Journals dedicated to the scholarly review of a variety of legal topics and developments and are of importance to students, practitioners and academics.
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