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How to Conduct a Search

The archives of the Nebraska Law Review can be searched through either a basic or an advanced search. A basic search, which can be conducted from the Review's home page, will find any articles that contain the search terms anywhere in the text. An advanced search permits searching within specified data fields. An advanced search must be conducted through the DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln online repository, which may be accessed through the "Advanced Search" link on the Review's home page. Search results may thus contain items from anywhere in the repository and are not limited to the Review's archives. At present, the fields that can be used for a search of Review content are limited to the following: abstract, full text, first name, last name, and title.