Journals (also known as periodicals, serials or magazines) are published on a regular basis and cover a particular subject or profession. Because they are published frequently, they are an excellent source of up-to-date information. Each journal issue contains a number of articles, written by different authors, all of which will relate to the subject covered by the journal. Different types of journals are published, these include:
Journals often contain more specialised information than books, so you will use them as your academic interests develop, and they are useful for reading about more niche or specific topics.
In addition to the journals content on the key legal database, see also these journal databases:
Enter the title or subject of the online journal that you want using the link below:
Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations allows you to search for the meaning of abbreviations for English Language legal publications.
If you have a legal abbreviation you can find the name of the publication to which the abbreviation commonly refers.
You can also discover how to abbreviate the name of a law publication to create a recognised legal citation. You will be given the preferred citation abbreviation (if one exists).