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Comparative Law LLM Research and Library Resources: Using ILP and LegalTrac

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

Journal Articles in ILP and LegalTrac

The boxes on this page explain how to search for articles using ILP or LegalTrac.

Use ILP

This box explains how to search for articles in Index to Legal Periodicals.  You must be on campus or signed in through the VPN to access.

Note: If you want to search for articles published before 1981, use the Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective database rather than ILP.

Use LegalTrac

This box explains how to search for articles on LegalTrac. You must be on campus or logged in through the VPN to access LegalTrac.

LegalTrac is similar to ILP in that it is an index of articles. For this reason, searching LegalTrac is almost the same as searching ILP.

There are 2 methods for searching LegalTrac: