Looking for a journal in print in the Law Library? While the Library is owning more and more journals only online, there are still print journals in the Library, particularly those are not available via Library databases.
- Search the Julius (Law Library's catalog) by the journal title, e.g. "Yale Law Journal," To determine if the Library owns the journal in print and if so, to get its call number and library location (e.g. Bound Periodicals or Bound Periodicals 2)
- Generic law reviews (i.e., those journals not dedicated to a specific topic) are usually assigned Library of Congress call numbers beginning K1 through K29, and are often shelved in the Bound Periodicals room on the Balcony under Sullivan Street.
- The vast majority of other journals, usually ones dedicated to a specific topic or area of law, are assigned Library of Congress call numbers other than K1-K29, and are shelved in Bound Periodicals 2, located on the B1 level.
- Recent, unbound (paperback) issues of all journals are shelved in B2 South, at the same call number as the bound volumes.
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