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Comparative Law LLM Research and Library Resources: Finding Legal Articles

An introduction to research and library resources for students enrolled in the comparative law LLM program.

Use Google Scholar

Google Scholar searches HeinOnline, JSTOR, SSRN, and several other academic databases.  It is a good place to start research when you haven't yet narrowed down your keywords.

Additionally, if you're on campus or logged in through the VPN, your access to articles in the UF databases is seamless.

Google Scholar Search

Finding Articles by Topic or Keyword

To Find Articles

The best sources for finding law review articles are:

Additionally, the law library maintains a list of other potentially useful databases for finding articles.