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The easiest way to find a journal online is to type the name of the journal into our catalog. Be sure to search in "Everything" and not in the "Catalog". That restricts your search to physical items.
If the journal is available through an electronic database, a list of search results will appear with the phrase "Online Access Available" in green. Click on it.
Next, select the database that you wish to search. If multiple databases are available, choose a law school community database with the symbol next to it. If the only database is a database, you will need to access the journal through a DU main library computer terminal. Also, note the dates of the database's holdings. An open-ended data range, i.e. 1962-, means that the collection is current through the present.