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Once one has reached the stage in the legal research process of searching for law reviews or if one is looking for a specific law review article, Google Scholar is probably the best place to start because it is easy to use. However, access to the full text of any given article depends on the licensing of the institution from which you are researching.
Once at Google Scholar, you can do a general article search. (If you use Google Chrome browser, you can also add the Google Scholar Button to your toolbar.) If you click the drop down arrow on the right side of the search box, you will see the advanced search options:
Additionally, the "cited by” feature that appears under an individual article results retrieves articles (found within Google Scholar) that have cited that particular article. This is another way to build upon your research, akin to KeyCiting or Shepardizing.
Google Scholar also offers a "My Library" feature for saving search results. Once you’ve logged into Google Scholar, if you click on “My library,” you should see a “Manage labels…” link which serves as a folders feature. To put an item in a label/folder:
There’s still no folder sharing capability nor does this feature exist within Google Books.