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Law Review Articles

  • Westlaw Next
    Includes cases, law review articles ("secondary sources"), statutes, regulations, and more. Login and password required; see professor if you don't have access.
  • LexisNexis Academic - Law Reviews
    United States law reviews, which are scholarly articles covering a variety of legal topics. 1982-present.
 

Law and Policy Articles in Journalism and Mass Communication Journals

Zotero (login and password are in the class Sakai site)

This password-protected database includes law and policy related articles that have appeared recently in the major journalism and mass communication academic journals such as Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. These articles are copyrighted and only available for academic use by UNC students enrolled in JOMC 740 for their legal research projects in the course. No article available from this database may be reproduced or further distributed in any form without permission from the copyright holder.

Other Scholarly Articles

Other Secondary Materials

  • Georgetown Treatise Finders
    Locate treatises on a variety of legal topics. Search UNC library catalog for items not in Lexis or Westlaw.
  • Strong's North Carolina Index--Westlaw Next
    Encyclopedic work that analyzes the latest developments in North Carolina law. Updated quarterly. Login and password required; see professor if you don't have access.
  • American Jurisprudence 2d--Westlaw Next
    Encyclopedia containing over 400 separate titles on a broad range of legal topics. Updated quarterly. Login and password required; see professor if you don't have access.
  • American Law Reports--Westlaw Next
    Full text of annotations included in the 1st - 6th, Federal, and Federal 2nd series of American Law Reports (ALR) and the Index to Annotations. Login and password required; see professor if you don't have access.
  • Texts & Treatises--Westlaw Next
    Full text of all texts and treatises available on Westlaw. Login and password required; see professor if you don't have access.
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