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Immigration-Specific Titles in Our Collection
f/k/a Immigration Review, a publication by the Center for Immigration Studies.
The UDM Law Library offers the following immigration-specific law review titles.
The UDM Law Library is proud to offer a wide range of indexes for varied use. These indexes are particularly helpful for finding older materials; however, researchers may be surprised at the ease of using the print materials for subject-specific legal information from periodicals. We recommend consulting multiple sources when conducting your research.
Index to Legal Periodicals and Books
Prior volumes of this index are held in the law library; however, this index is no longer current in print form. The Index to Legal Periodicals and Books is located in Row 61 on the third floor of the law library. Alternatively, researchers can use the link to access the Index online. The online version is current and regularly maintained.
Current Law Index
This index is available in print from the UDM Law Library, and is located in Row 61 on the third floor--publication ceased in 2016. This title also corresponds with our LegalTrac database, available online. The print version was published annually, and included two volumes (one to browse by subject and the other to browse by author or title).
Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals
This is an excellent resource that can be used to locate titles and citations to foreign periodicals. Each volume is arranged with a subject index, geographical index, book review index, and author index. This series is no longer being maintained in print; however, it is available from HeinOnline beginning with 1985.
Index to Canadian Legal Literature
This is a multi-volume set that includes a nicely organized subject index. Each volume is dedicated to a specific set of letter combinations (i.e., to located environmental law materials, consult the DI-FE volume). The set is current through 2011. he ICLL is fully bilingual, and offers comprehensive coverage of Canadian secondary legal literature.