Journals are essentially academic magazines — articles, reviews, opinion pieces or even professional updates, for example, can be published in a journal. Issues, or parts, are released throughout the year. They are then bound or boxed together by year, or volume, and put on our shelves.
If you want to find an article, you need to find:
In the Law Library, we have a vast collection of journals and they are shelved in 4 areas, alphabetically:
Walk into next room (watch the step!) to locate pause point Law 12 - Current Journals
As a University Library, we have a lot of print material. With over 0.8 million books and 450 journal titles, we can't hold everything in the centre of Newcastle. So, the Library has access to state-of-the-art off-campus storage facilities, meaning we can hold less-used material for much longer than some other academic libraries.
These materials can all be requested using online forms, and you'll be provided with a scan of what you need, or it can be retrieved for you and collected from the Philip Robinson Library or Walton Library.