Journals are published quicker than books and can provide depth of analysis and opinion to inform argument. They are often peer reviewed and are written by academics or practitioners with expertise in a particular area of law. Remember journal articles may not always reflect the current law and it is important to check if there have been any updates since the article was published.
Why use law journals?
You can find journal articles:
Most law journals are peer reviewed, which means they are reviewed by other academics and legal practitioners prior to publication. You can check whether an article is peer reviewed by looking it up in Ulrichsweb
Using the following citation, locate the journal article in the CSU Library collection.