Online Law Journals
Current Law Journal Content (CLJC)
Scanned journal contents pages.
"The database contains no articles in full-text, though it might contain links to full-text. CLJC is an indexing database (without any subject analysis) that can reconstitute the text arrangement of an issue's table of contents."
- Washington & Lee Law School
University Law Review Project
Includes a "full text search of law journals on the Internet."
A listing of freely available online journals, newsletters, bulletins, and law reviews.
Index on Censorship
The International Magazine for Free Expression
Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture
Published by the School of Criminal Justice, University of Albany.
Journal of Hate Studies
Published by the Gonzaga University Institute for Action Against Hate
Law and Politics Book Review
An Electronic Periodical Published by The Law and Courts Section of The American Political Science Association.
Scientific Testimony - An Online Journal (ejournal)
"...publishes articles, news reports and commentary about the use of scientific evidence in legal proceedings. It also offers an archive of information useful to lawyers, forensic scientists and expert witnesses."
Edited and published by faculty and students of the Department of Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine.
Shidler Journal of Law, Commerce & Technology
- University of Washington School of Law
Surveillance & Society
"...the fully peer-reviewed transdisciplinary online surveillance studies journal."
Also includes a moderated Discussion Forum and an interactive Surveillance Studies Resource Base.
University of Washington School of Law - Center for Advanced Study and Research on Intellectual Property (CASRIP)
"...an independent research and policy development institute focusing on problems in patent and other property ownership rights in the products of high technology."
The Yale Law Journal Pocket Part
The Pocket Part is the online companion to The Yale Law Journal. As members of the legal community know, legal publications often contain "pocket part" supplements with up-to-date information. The Pocket Part plays an analogous role by augmenting the scholarship printed in The Yale Law Journal. It provides original essays, commentaries on current legal events, and responses to articles printed in the Journal.