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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law_review

The primary function of a law review is to publish scholarship in the field of law. Law reviews publish lengthy, comprehensive treatments of subjects ("articles"), generally written by law professors, judges, or legal practitioners, as well as shorter pieces, commonly called "notes" and "comments," written by law student ...

www.americanbar.org/groups/departments_offices/legal_technology_resources/resources/free_journal_search.html

This free search engine searches the free full-text of over 400 online law reviews and law journals, as well as document repositories hosting academic papers and related publications such as Congressional Research Service reports. Several of the law reviews and legal journals (such as the Stanford Technology Law ...

lawreviewcommons.com

World's Largest Free and Open Database of Legal Scholarship Published by Law Reviews.

www.lexisnexis.com/ap/academic/form_legal_reviews.asp

Source Information Securities Law; Source Information Sports & Entertainment Law; Source Information Tax Law. Help; Tip: To retrieve a specific article, enter a valid citation (like 54 Emory L.J. 1139) and choose Citation from the drop-down box. For more options try Edit in Power Search. To find a specific journal try Browse ...

dlj.law.duke.edu/about/submissions/open-access

The Duke Law Journal is among the few leading legal journals that make the full content of all articles published in the Journal available free. Our decision to adopt the Open Access Law Principles promulgated by Open Access Law Program gives our authors the ability to reach a worldwide audience and, in concert with ...

harvardlawreview.org/category/articles

Administrative Law · The Endgame of Administrative Law: Governmental Disobedience and the Judicial Contempt Power. Jan 10, 2018. Article by Nicholas R. Parrillo ...

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Intellectual Property · Are We Running Out of Trademarks? An Empirical Study of Trademark Depletion and Congestion · Article by Barton Beebe & Jeanne C. Fromer · Harvard Law Review Forum · Does Running Out of (Some) Trademarks Matter? Responding to Barton Beebe & Jeanne C. Fromer, Are We Running Out of ...

academic.oup.com/hrlr/pages/free_articles

The Development and Status of Sexual Orientation Discrimination under International Human Rights Law Dominic McGoldrick (2016) 16 (4). The Freedom to Publish 'Irreligious' Cartoons Neville Cox (2016) 16 (2). The Betrayal of Human Rights and the Urgency of Universal Corporate Accountability: Reflections on a ...

www.yalelawjournal.org

The United States government hacks computer systems for law enforcement purposes. This Article provides the first comprehensive examination of how federal law regulates government malware, and argues that government hacking is inherently a Fourth Amendment search—a question on which the courts have sharply ...