This study guide has been designed to provide information about locating law journals and journal articles. The UTS Library subscribes to both hard copy and electronic journals. Use this guide to find out the location of hard copy law journals and also link to databases that contain electronic versions of legal journals.
Journals are useful for finding current information on specific topics. You can search for journals in the Library catalogue via a title search. Journals may be available in print or online formats. Online journals may be accessed via the library catalogue.
Hardcopy Law Journals
Location: Level 3 : Journals cannot be borrowed.
Call Number: 340.05 A-Z
Most Law journals as held at the same call number e.g. the Sydney Law Review is found at 340.05 S
A-Z the first letter of the journal title For Online Law Journals
Online Law Journals
Many journal titles are available online via databases. To find out where a journal is held electronically simply search the library catalogue for an individual title.
Click on the links under the 'Connect to' heading to access the journal. You will be prompted for your username and password before gaining access to any UTS subcription database.
Law Journal Databases
UTS Library subscribes to a number of legal databases that provide access to legal journal collections. Recommended databases for searching multiple journal titles include:
AGIS  - Australian journal content
Hein Online  - International journal content
Westlaw AU  - Australian journal content
LexisNexis AU  - Australian journal content
Westlaw  - International journal content