Law reviews (also called law journals) are scholarly journals containing articles on legal issues. Articles in law reviews provide the most scholarly and in-depth information on the law. The often extensive footnotes can also serve as useful leads for further research.
Full-text articles from numerous law reviews. To access the law reviews, select the US Legal section of the database; select Law Reviews from the Legal section. Click on the "Browse Sources" link near the bottom of the page; from the "Filter by Topics" drop-down menu, select "Intellectual Property Law" under --Area of Law--.
Indexes 850 legal journals, law reviews, yearbooks, institutes, bar association publications, university publications, and government publications. Also includes coverage of 1,400 law-related books per year. To see if the UNT Libraries have a source you have identified in this index, check the library catalog.