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LAW 2150 - Legal Environment of Business: Scholarly Resources

Using Articles From Law Reviews

One of the best ways to begin legal research is to find a relevant law review article.

  • What is a Law Review?
    Law review articles are written by professors, attorneys, and law school students. These scholarly publications contain lengthy articles and shorter essays by professors and lawyers, as well as comments, footnotes. or developments in the law written by students.
  • Why use a Law Review?
    By finding one good article from a law review, you will get a discussion, analysis and critique of a topic and additional reference to pertinent cases, statutes and other law review articles. 

Finding Books

Library Catalog

The catalog provides access to the library holdings of Appalachian State University (books, movies, music scores, music CDs, government documents, audiobooks, and more).

 

Finding Articles

Accessing and Searching WestlawNext

Instructions: You will be asked to sign in - select I agree then click continue.
Step 1: From the All Content list select Secondary Sources

Step 2: From the By Type list select Law Reviews & Journals


Step 3: Enter terms in the search box

Google Scholar Search

Google Scholar Search

Sample search = "digital currenty" "consumer protections"
Narrow by date = since 2015

TIPS:
Review the search results list to determine the:
1) format for materials: article, working paper, book, white paper, etc)
2) the access options: PDF (freely available), Find@ASU (ASU pays for it)