Exact copies of newspaper or magazine articles may be hard to find. For example, the same article may differ slightly (including headlines and page/column numbers!) between East and West Coast editions or between print and online editions.
Print or page image (such as PDF) copies may be impossible to find. There are online sources for page image copies from selected 18th, 19th and early 20th century newspapers and magazines (consult with a Reference Librarian for details). But more recent and local news publications may be impossible to obtain, or available only in non-page image formats.
If you are working from home or elsewhere off-campus, make sure you have yourself set up for remote access (EZproxy) so that you can access campus subscription resources such as Hein Online.
For articles from legal journals, search Hein Online first -
If the law journal (or that date of the journal) is not in HeinOnline, search the Law Library catalog:
Online by citation - especially for interdisciplinary and/or non-legal journals and periodicals - try the Article Finder first, filling in as much citation information as you have.
Online or Print (on campus) by journal - if the above does not find your article, you can double-check (and look for a print alternative) by using UCB's E Journal Titles A to Z finder:
Print (not available on campus) - If an article is not available online in any format and is not available anywhere on the UCB campus, search other libraries: