Step 1: Try HeinOnline
Search HeinOnline for articles by citation: [Volume] [Journal Title Abbreviation] [First Page]
Step 2: Decipher the citation
If the article isn't in HeinOnline, find the complete journal title using Cardiff. If Cardiff is unsuccessful, try the print resources on the Cases page.
Step 3: Locate a copy of the journal
Use the journal title (not article title) to find a copy of the journal, electronically or in print. Then, use the article citation to locate your article within the journal. If you're unsuccessful with one journal finding method below, try the other options.
Example: Advanced Search: Title contains Journal of the Indian Law Institute - Available in JSTOR.
Example: Boletín Mexicano de Derecho Comparado - Click UC-eLinks to find multiple electronic access options
Example: ti:Kenya Law Review - Opening the first result shows selected journal volumes are in print at UC Berkeley and UCLA, and some non-UC libraries.
Legal journal indexes provide citations and selected access to articles published in the U.S. and worldwide. If full text for an article isn't available through the index, follow the Source Collection steps to locate it.