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Hi,

My university has electronic database that students can use. I am looking for scholarly articles in journals, etc for my law coursework on negligence. Specifically on duty of care part of negligence.

Apart from Jstor where I could find some free scanned articles to use and didn't require additional payment, what other good database can I use for legal research?

I tried LexisNexis and Westlaw already. Thanks.
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BAILI is useful.

Other than that, I'd try to find a textbook on the topic, and look up the footnotes for the most relevant bits. Then access those footnoted articles online for a more in-depth perspective.
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insights are very helpful
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(Original post by Horsey81)
insights are very helpful
Lol.
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