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How can I find a law journal article if all I have is an abbreviation and don't know what it means?

Last Updated: Nov 22, 2013  |  81 Views

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First you need to find out the full name of the journal - there are links to indexes of legal abbreviations on our Law Subject Guide at http://aut.ac.nz.libguides.com/law - see under "Law Quick Links".

Then, when you know the name of the journal, check the Library Catalogue to find out whether we hold that journal, and where to find it.  Many of our journals are available online, but some are still only published in hard copy.  The Catalogue will tell you where to find them.

 

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