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Legal Research at Princeton

Law Review and Law Journals

The databases listed below contain law journal articles.  Before citing a law review article, it is worthwhile to learn the author's affiliation, usually listed in the article's first footnote. Law journals regularly publish student-written articles, sometimes called "notes."   While these student-written articles can often be high-quality, they might have less authority than a faculty-written article.  Even when this is the case, s student-written can be quite valuable for its citations to related sources.