34 Leading Journals Added to H.W. Wilson's Index to Legal Periodicals & Books Database

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34 Leading Journals Added to H.W. Wilson's Index to Legal Periodicals & Books Database


The H.W. Wilson Company has announced the addition of 34 select periodicals to those covered by Index to Legal Periodicals & Books, bringing the total number to 760. Index to Legal Periodicals & Books indexes the content of a worldwide line-up of periodicals-plus approximately 1,000 monographs per year-to meet the research needs of attorneys, law professors, librarians, law students, paralegals, and others involved with the law.

The following titles will now be indexed beginning with their most recent issue:

Advocate (Idaho State Bar)

Advocate (Vancouver Bar Assn.)

American Review of International

Arbitration

Arbitration International

Arizona Attorney

Artificial Intelligence and Law

Asian Commercial Law Review

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology

Australian Feminist Law Journal

Banking & Finance Law Review

Bench & Bar of Minnesota

Canadian International Lawyer

DePaul Journal of Health Care Law

DePaul LCA Journal of Art &

Entertainment Law

Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum

East European Constitutional Review

European Public Law

Forensic Linguistics

Health Law Journal

ICSID Review

International Journal of Marine and

Coastal Law

International Tax Journal

Journal of Intellectual Property Law

Journal of Partnership Taxation

MacArthur Law Review

NAFTA: Law and Business Review of the Americas

National Journal of Constitutional Law

Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal Revue Juridique (l'Universite Laval) South Carolina Environmental Law Journal

Southern California Review of Law and Women's Studies

Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance

Virginia Journal of Social Policy & the Law

Williamette Bulletin of International Law and Policy

On the World Wide Web, CD-ROM, and magnetic tape, Index to Legal Periodicals & Books provides indexing of sources as far back as August 1981, and print as far back as 1908. …

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