Legal research is an essential skill and involves the identification and location of legal material, including law reports and academic journal articles. We recommend you use the databases listed on this page, in addition to our general databases and eJournals, which are highlighted in the 'Journal Articles' section of this guide. These are not exhaustive lists and access to some resources may require a Newcastle University Campus ID and password. If you are unsure of the correct abbreviation for legal journals or law reports, please use the Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations below.
All databases should have a help section with tips and tricks on how to get the best out of using them, so do make yourself familiar with them. You also may find the following helpful:
Brexit - Sources of Interest
Steve Peers (ed), 'EU Law Analysis: Expert Insight into EU Law Developments' (Blog, 2017) <http://eulawanalysis.blogspot.co.uk/> accessed 9 October 2017
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple | 'Brexit' (Middle Temple, March 2017) <www.middletemple.org.uk/library-archive/library/electronic-resources/links-lawyers/brexit> accessed 9 October 2017
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