DOAJ provides open access to high quality, peer-reviewed journals on a wide variety of subjects from over 120 countries. Researchers can use the “Advanced Search” option, or browse articles by subject. Relevant subjects include: agriculture, law, political science, science, social sciences, and technology. Click the arrow next to subjects to get subtopics (e.g., click “science” to gain access to subtopics such as biology, chemistry, geology, and natural history. DOAJ “seals” (orange and green icons) mean that the journal complies with DOAJ’s high level of standards.
The Environmental Law Review Syndicate (ELRS) is a collaborative effort of environmental law journals across the country, including VJEL. ELRS publishes a new article very week. Each member school also submits a student-written work each semester to be included in each affiliate journal. This website provides links to each member journal’s website. The ELRS site also contains selected court opinions and case summaries.
Genamics is a database of journal information available online, including titles, descriptions, abbreviations, URLs, and subject. The database does NOT include articles. The database has information on over 101,000 journals. For environmental, natural resources or energy law journals, click the “Law” link under Category Browser and then click either “Energy and Natural Resources Law” or “Environmental Law.”
Search tips: You are searching the titles and the descriptions written by the VLS Library for each of the web sites included in ELRS, not the full text of the web sites themselves. Keywords will return the best results.