"A law review is a professional legal publication produced and edited by law students.
Most articles are devoted exclusively to legal topics, although law reviews often publish articles on ... topics of more general legal concern, ranging from economics and finance to psychology and urban policy.
Law reviews remain, however, technical legal journals with a focus on legal reasoning. " Source: Virginia Law Review.
Databases to the right will provide you with both law reviews and journal articles.
Is it a scholarly journal article, or a general one? How to differentiate...