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- Use the Journals page. If Tufts has the journal in electronic format, it will show up.
- Use Tufts University Libraries catalog to find a print version of a journal and as an additional way to find electronic versions.
If you are looking for journal articles by subject/keywords, use HeinOnline, Nexis Uni (formerly Lexis/Nexis), and Westlaw.
Law Resources at Tufts
Tufts University Libraries subscribe to many law resources. Below are a few well-known sources.
A comprehensive, image-based collection of legal periodicals, treaties, U.S. Supreme Court cases, U.S. Attorney General opinions, and the Federal Register. Many historical collections of world wide resources.
High-level overviews of scholarship written by top names in the field get researchers and faculty up to speed quickly on topics beyond an area of expertise.