|1.|| ABA Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal - The Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal is an offical publication of the American Bar Association. The Journal is distributed quarterly to law libraries and nearly 32,000 members of the ABA's Real Property, Probate and Trust Section.
|2.|| ABA Section of Business Law - he Business Lawyer is the premier business law journal in the country, circulating to approximately 60,000 readers. It contains articles of significant interest to the business lawyer, including case law analysis, developing trends and annotated listings of recent literature. Only the Harvard Law Review has been cited in other law reviews more often than The Business Lawyer
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|5.|| Bora Laskin Law Library - U of T Law Review - The University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review is one of the oldest student legal journals in Canada. The first issue, published in 1942, began as a record of student life and times in the faculty.
|6.|| Canadian Journal of Family Law - The Canadian Journal of Family Law has provided a meeting place for academics and professionals from a variety of disciplines to discuss and debate family law issues.
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|9.|| Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law - The Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law (the Journal) is published by students of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law. The journal is read and relied upon by scholars and practitioners in the United States and throughout the world. Every student at the law school is eligible to become a member of the Journal and is encouraged to become involved in all aspects of publication.
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