A number of periodicals offer coverage of specific topics related to art and cultural property law. These titles are listed at right. To access most of the electronic titles, you must be on a Loyola campus terminal, or have a valid Loyola user ID and password for remote access. Note that many general topic law reviews and journals publish articles on art and cultural property law. The texts of law reviews and journals are available in Westlaw, LexisNexis, and HeinOnline, which are all subscription databases. The subscription database, LegalTrac, provides indexing of many legal publications, and offers some in full text. Please see the "Databases" tab for further information on subscription databases.
SSRN is an electronic repository for international social sciences scholarship that includes the Legal Scholarship Network (LSN). Thousands of downloadable abstracts, working papers, and published papers are available without charge. Materials may be dowloaded anonymously or with an individual login/password (free).
The following periodicals cover topics related to art and cultural property law. The database where the full text of the journal is available is listed after the publication title, along with the years covered. Articles on these topics also appear in art journals, which are accessed through the non-law databases listed under the "Databases" tab. Business periodicals may include articles on arts management. For business periodicals databases, see the list of non-law databases listed under the "Databases" tab, along with the LUC Libraries' LibGuide for Business Administration.
SmartCILP is a fee-based legal bibliographic service that allows users to set up a profile, based on areas of interest. Each week, users receive a list of new articles in law reviews and journals that pertain to their profile from the Current Index to Legal Periodicals. A subject heading related to art law is "Arts & Entertainment." This service is available only to Loyola Law School faculty, staff, and students. Please see a reference librarian in the Law Library to sign up.
Google Scholar provides a search mechanism to locate scholarly literature across multiple disciplines, including law. Search results on campus will indicate whether the source is available full text through a Loyola database. Off campus, users may go to the "Settings" link and then "Library Links" to set up results that show links to LUC full text databases.
The following handout was originally prepared in 2013, and updated in the fall of 2015. The list includes the Law Library's holdings in the areas of art law, cultural property, and museum law. Books in print and eBook format are included, along with journal titles and relevant databases.