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City Law School E-Journals, Reports & Texts

These e-journals are available to City Law School students. They are arranged in A to Z order and categorised by subject.
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You can search and filter by category using these controls. Results are reflected immediately, without needing to press submit or the Enter key, in the search results area below.You can use the level 2 headings or ARIA regions to jump between these controls and the search results area. Each result when activated opens a dialog window giving more details and the links to the resource. Dialogs can be closed with the Escape key.



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Select journal images reproduced with permission of RELX (UK) Limited trading as LexisNexis.

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Lawbore City Hub collects together electronic resources for our undergraduate law students, giving them easy access to these from a single starting point.

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Emily Allbon
Associate Professor in Law
City, University of London
Northampton Square
London EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom