LOCATING PERIODICAL ARTICLES BY CASE NAME
Print periodical indexes (ILP and CLI) offer tables of cases that can be helpful for locating articles dealing with a specific case. Such articles often appear near the time the case was decided so it is important to include an appropriate time frame in the search.
Another possibility is to select a full text law review database and
use a terms and connectors search that contains the case cite to retrieve
articles in which that cite appears. Such searches must be constructed
carefully because there are often variations in the way that cites appear.
An example of a possible search would be 667 pre/5 922 to retrieve
articles that cite Bordell v. General Elec. Co., 667 N.E.2d 922
(N.Y. 1996). Some of the considerations in designing this search are: