- Although Westlaw has enormous legal databases, it also has a large number of seconday sources of which law review articles are one. The the database appears to have as many items as HeinOnline's does except that they do not all have complete runs. At the same time, the publishers do not prevent them from providing the most recent issues as they do with Hein.
- If you are on campus, click on the title of this box to bring WestlawNext up. In the Browse Box on the first page, click on Secondary Sources. On the next page under By Type click on Law Reviews & Journals or Texts & Treatises. The database identifier is JLR. To search all law revies and journals, just type your search in the box at the top of the screen.
- If you are not on campus, you must use either the login for off campus access or the UC VPN before you can bring up WestlawNext by clicking on the title of this box.
For additional information about UC VPN, please see the Frequently Asked Questions page.
- On the Law Reviews & Journals page, you may search all publications by using the box at the top of the page or clicking on Advanced Search to the right of the orange Search button. You can also select by scope (national, federal, or international) or by topic at the bottom of the page. Although there is no media law topic, there are others that may be related to your topic. Searching law reviews from a particular state is not recommended.
- On the Texts & Treatises page, you may search all publications by using the box at the top of the page or clicking on Advanced Search to the right of the orange Search button. Immediately under Texts & Treatises the only item recommended is Wolters Kluwer (CCH). You can also select by topic although there is no media law topic. There are, however, others that may be related to your topic. Searching treatises from a particular state is not recommended.