Current Law Journal Content Adds RSS Feeds
The service is very robust. You can do all of the following:
- Display all the tables of contents for law journal issues added during a user selected date range.
- Search for words in article citations (author/title/abstract/journal-name fields).
- Link to tables of contents for any one of the 1049 individual law journals.
- Link from an article citation to the full-text in Lexis, Westlaw, BEPress, SSRN and other databases (passwords may be required).
To construct a feed, start with this base URL:
Then, add on any or all of the follow pieces: (slightly modified per clarification from creator)
- "format=rss&articles=yes" (This tells the feed to display a listing of articles; "format=rss" is required; removing "&articles=yes" will give just a list of issues (with a linkto a TOC), and no listing of articles within each issue)
- "age=x" (This is the number of days ago to look for issues - so "age=6" is a week ago) - Note: either age or country is required
- "country= x" (this is the country in which the journal was published) - Note: either age or country is required
- "id=x" (This is an id number assigned to users that establish a profile and who may thus limit the output to a personalized set of journals)
For more info on Current Law Journal Content, contact mastermind, John Doyle at Washington & Lee. Good stuff!