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Periodicals and Periodical Indexes

Indexes

Legal Trac: provides indexing for more than 1,500 major law reviews, legal newspapers, specialty publications, bar journals, and internatiional legal journals. Includes over 250 titles in full text.

Index to Legal Periodicals and Books Retrospective: indexes articles from 1918 to 1982. Where available, ILP will link to full text articles.

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals: a subject index to select international and comparative law periodicals and collectios of essays.Links to full text within Hein Online where available.

Current Index to Legal Periodicals: provides timely topical access to approximately 475 law school reviews and other selected legal journals under 100 subject headings. Accessible only within law school building.

LawTRIO Law Publications Database: a searchable directory of legal looseleafs, newsletters, and CD-ROMs.  Entries include information on cost, publisher, frequency, and brief description of the publication. 

SSRN: Legal Scholarship Network:This service publishes email abstracting journals of working papers and articles accepted for publication. LSN also publishes weekly Professional Announcements that include announcements of professional meetings, calls for papers, and Professional Job Lists. Downloads available for tens of thousands of full text papers.

Berkeley Electronic Press: provides rapidly reviewed journals in the areas of law, political science, economics, science, technology, and medicine.

Full Text Databases

Hein Online Law Journal Library: Image and text-based access to law journals. HeinOnline provide comprehensive coverage from the inception of each publication.

Hein Online Bar Journal Library: Image and text-based access to bar journals from across the United States. HeinOnline provide comprehensive coverage from the inception of each publication.

Access to our databases
These electronic indexes and databases are available to all users in the Washburn School of Law Library. Access outside of the law school building (remote access) is available to Washburn faculty and students. First and last name and WU number are required for access. Some resources require a faculty/student password, as indicated. Exceptions are noted for specific databases.