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Cite-Checking and Source Guide for the Connecticut Journal of International Law

This guide is meant to be a starting place for the source and cite checkers of the CJIL. Finding International and Foreign Law materials can be difficult. Please consult a Reference Librarian if this guide does not help you find what you are looking for.

Using the Library's Catalog to Find Articles & Books

To find books, journals and journal articles that the UCONN Law Library has use the online catalog. See the videos for helpful hints in using it.

Finding books and articles not in the Law Library

To find books or journals that the UCONN Law Library does not have but which you can borrow through Interlibrary Loan (ILL), use:

To find freely available books and articles use:

Periodical Indexes & Databases

Use these Indexes and full-text collections to find U.S., non-U.S. law journals & non-legal periodicals and articles available through the UCONN Law Library:‚Äč

Also remember that you can use the periodicals  on Westlaw, Lexis Advance (and through it Lexis.com), Bloomberg Law and other subscription databases such as: Project MUSE, ProQuest, etc. 

 

 

Please ask a Reference Librarian for assistance in using any of these resources!

Book Catalogs & Databases

You can use these full-text collections to find  U.S. & non-U.S law books available through the UCONN Law Library (or use the catalog):

For law and non-law books, you can search: