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Orbis (Yale Library catalog)
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MORRIS (Yale Law Library catalog)
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Often, the most efficient way to find a wide range of journal articles (and working papers, book chapters, conference proceedings, government documents, and other materials) is to search within databases. Here are some recommended starting points.