Most law review articles will have an introduction and an outline of the article at the end of the summary. Since scholarly articles are usually quite long, reading the introduction and noting the different sections of the article, can be useful in determining which articles to use for your research.
Make sure to find at least one current article that will update the legal issue you are researching.
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