Guide to publishing law articles for FIU College of Law faculty.
Last Updated: Jan 26, 2015
It is always a good idea to check with individual journals regarding their submission guidelines. Here are a few online indices to assist you in that process.
The more widely available a source is, the greater the likelihood it will be read and cited. As a result, you may want to investigate where a specific publication is indexed or accessible in full-text. Suggested resources to check include:
- Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP)
HeinOnline is a searchable and browsable PDF collection of primary and secondary legal materials. The collection includes: law journals; federal materials; state materials; international materials; treatises and historical documents.HeinOnline IFLP Quick Reference Guide
- Index to Legal Periodicals Retrospective
Legal Periodicals Full Text indexes 1000+ journals from 1981-date, with full text coverage of more than 250 journals beginning in 1995. Legal Periodicals Retrospective provides index coverage from 1908-1981 to more than 750 journals.
Offers indexing for all major law reviews, legal newspapers, specialty law publications, bar association journals and law-related articles from general interest publications. LegalTrac also includes selective full text for some publications.
- Ulrich's International Periodical Directory
Ulrich's is a periodical directory that indicates where publications are indexed or abstracted.
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