Journal articles often provide up-to-date information on very discrete topics, and can provide alternative views on a topic.
There are three ways to find journal articles:
1. by looking at individual journals
2. via a citation from another source (e.g. a footnote or a bibliography)
3. by searching a database or journal article index using a keyword or keywords
How much information you have determines your starting point.
There are a number of journals on Pacific Law.
These databases provide a broad range of journal articles, but not always the full text of the article.
Quick guide to search operators in selected databases.