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UC Law Journals' Guide

As a member of one of the UC journals, you may need to write an article, pull sources, and/or cite check. This guide is intended to introduce you to the many ways that the Law Library can help you.

Guide Overview

Congratulations! You’re now a member of the University of Cincinnati Law Review, Human Rights Quarterly, Immigration & Nationality Law Review,  Freedom Center Journal, or The Intellectual Property & Computer Law Journal. As a member of one of these publications, you may need to write an article, pull sources, and/or cite check. This guide is intended to introduce you to the many ways that the Library can help you accomplish these things successfully!

The following books and articles can help you figure out just how to write that scholarly article:

Writing a Scholarly Article - General Tips

Narratives, Storytelling, and Outsider Scholarship

For some background information on narratives, storytelling, and outsider scholarship (be sure and check with your editors or instructor regarding these styles of writing) try these:

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