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Searching for specific journals on Primo

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You can search for journal tiles by using the full title, title words or simply subjects. Please note: generally, you cannot search using an abbreviated journal title, e.g.: for WLJ search for Weekly Law Journal.

First change 'Everything' to 'Books, Journal titles, etc'. Now enter your search terms and click 'Search'.

Under 'Refine my results' on the left, click on Journals.

In the Results list:

  • Journal titles in BLACK indicate print holdings. Click 'Get It' to find out what years we hold - it should look something like this: 'Holdings: 2007 to date held in print'. You will need the shelf  mark. Almost all print journals are held on the mobile shelving on Level 0.
  • Journal titles in BLUE indicate some or all of the content is accessed online. Click on 'View It' to see a link, the years you have access to, and any special instructions that you must follow once you have clicked the link to the provider platform. Please check carefully that the year you want is subscribed to and available! (Please note: after clicking the link you usually have to click year, volume and then part to get to the articles).

Not all law journals can be 'found' by Primo, so it is always a good idea to double-check the journals tabs within the legal databases Lexis Library, Westlaw, and i-Law.