The leading South African legal journal is the South African Law Journal (SALJ), one of the oldest law journals currently published in English. Volumes 1-17 (1884-1900) was published in the Cape Law Journal. Other major South African law journals include
All legal publications in South Africa are indexed by the South African Periodicals Index. This SABINET subscription database has an easy-to-use search engine that allows for the article title, author, keyword, and journal-title searches. iSalpi is a useful index of South African law journals and can be accessed free of charge on the website of the Constitutional Court.
Very few legal publications in South Africa are accessible online in full text. Exceptions are the attorney's journal De Rebus, the South African Bar Journal, Advocate, which offers free access to the recent problem through SABINET; the Industrial Law Journal, which is accessible from Juta as part of its Labor Law Library subscription; and the South African Journal on Human Rights , which is accessible from SABINET.
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