Recent law review articles are often the best place to begin researching a legal issue because law review articles serve as an introduction to or a review of a topic, as a source of terminology to help formulate a search, and as a tool for retrieving pertinent primary authority, such as cases and statutes. For example, suppose you want to learn more about developments in strict-liability crime.
- Access the Criminal Justice - Law Reviews, Texts & Bar Journals (CJ-TP) database.
- Type a Natural Language search. For example, type do strict-liability crimes unconstitutionally shift burden of proof
- Click search.