Links to Select Open-source Law Journals

AGORA International Journal of Juridical Sciences
Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal
Beijing Law Review
California Law Review
Comparative Law Review
Duke Law Journal
Electronic Journal of Comparative Law
Erasmus Law and Economics Review
European Journal of Law and Technology
Harvard Law Review
ILI Law Review
Indian Journal of Constitutional Law
Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Rights
Indian Journal of Law & Technology
International Free and Open Source Software Law Review
Journal of Intellectual Property Rights
Journal of Intellectual property, information Technology and E-commerce Law
Law and Contemporary Problems
NALSAR Law Review
NALSAR Students Law Review
NUJS Law Review
Socio-Legal Review
The Indian Journal of Law & Technology
Trade, Law and Development
Texas Law Review
Washburn Law Journal
Yale Law Journal
Social Science
Asia Pacific Journal of Social Sciences
Canadian Political Science Review
Down To Earth
Economic and Political Weekly
Ethics & Global Politics
Indian Economic & Social History Review
Information Technologies & International Development
International Journal of the Commons
Journal of Administration and Governance (JOAAG)
Journal of Politics in Latin America
Journal of Social Sciences
Harvard Human Rights Journal
Harvard International Review
Harvard Rights and Human Welfare: an online journal of academic literature review
Open Journal of Political Science
Public Knowledge Journal
Shodh Sanchayan
The CATO Journal
Universal Journal of Environmental Research and Technology
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Self-study Mantra 2: Use authoritative databases Vs Google


1. Manupatra– (Judgments of Supreme Court, All High Courts, Privy Council since 1814, Central and State Statutes, Commentary and Treatises, Committee Reports, Notifications and Statutory Orders and more. Manupatra products are used in a wide variety of end markets with users ranging across Academic, Corporate, Government, Professionals (lawyers, CA, CS etc), and Banks.

2. SCC Online-( Access complete coverage of the Supreme Court, all High Courts, Tribunals and Commissions, Statutory Material and many foreign jurisdictions and International material.)

3. LexisNexis-( interdisciplinary, international database of over 18,000 sources including newspapers, journals, wire services, newsletters, reports, blogs, case law, government documents, transcripts of broadcasts, and reference works

4. West Law-(Get exclusive online access to many of the same legal titles you’ve relied on for years: legal encyclopedias, treatises, legal periodicals, and law reviews that provide well-reasoned statements of the law.)