There are many different resources available for locating relevant journal articles. Unfortunately no one method or resource is comprehensive. Employ a mix of the following resources and methods when searching for journal articles:
Each of the major legal research databases (Westlaw, Lexis Advance, Bloomberg Law) include large full-text periodical databases. Additionally, there are several other resources that enable full-text searching including: Google Scholar, Law Commons Network, HeinOnline, and SSRN.
In addition to the general full-text periodical databases listed above, there are a number of databases that are organized around specific topics. Again, in the large legal research databases, you can limit your search to specific topical sub-sets of journals. Additionally, there are several other periodical databases that are organized by subject:
Within the Law Journal Library select the advanced search option. Then select relevant topics. For example: