This research guide is to help journal staff find reliable digital versions of documents cited in law review articles so they may check accuracy and citation information. This is not an exhaustive list of resources, please see a Reference Librarian for additional support.
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Below is a list of materials you may be looking for paired with the best chance database for finding the material. Following this list are direct links to the databases, each of which have their own access rules. For questions please stop by or email the Reference Desk.
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Note: If you are using this page in the process of completing your Write-On competition, please remember to reference and abide by the rules and regulations of the competition.
Plagiarism detection software includes Turnitin, Academic Plagiarism, SafeAssign, and iThenticate.
Often, the plagarism detection software that legal research databases provide do not check submissions against much (if any) law-related content. It has been reported that plagiarism detection software doesn’t work very well for law schools and that it can be more effective to run manual searches against Lexis/Westlaw/Hein/SSRN/etc.
Please also see the Texas Tech page on plagiarism!
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