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Publication and Current Awareness Alerts: Other publishers

Other publishers

A number of commercial publishers offer the ability to register for free alerts when they release new content - if you know of key journals in your area of research that you would like to follow, simply identify the publisher and register for that publisher's alerts service.

Please note that while you can register for free alerts from any journal, we may not have electronic access to that journal via the publisher's own platform.  If there is ever an article you would like to see but cannot determine how to access it, please consult either the Law Library's Journal List or the University Library's Journal List for non-law journals.

If you are a Fordham Law faculty member and need assistance setting up an online journal alert using these or any other systems, please contact the Reference Desk (refdesk@law.fordham.edu or 212-636-6908), or your Faculty Liaison.

Oxford eAlerts

  1.  First, if you do not already have a free Oxford account, create one here.
  2. Now login with that username and password. 
  3. Click on the down arrow next to your email address in the top right hand corner, and select Email Alerts. 

Cambridge content alerts

  1. First create a free account using the Cambridge Journals registration page, selecting Fordham Law as your institution.
  2. Once you log in to your new account, select the "My Account" button and then "My Alerts" from the menu on the left side of the page.

SpringerAlerts

Springer allows you to set up alerts in a variety of areas, including table of contents for journals, table of contents for new books, and others.

To subscribe to any of these alerts, you must first set up a Springer account here.

DeGruyter alerts

DeGruyter offers the ability to receive Subject Alerts, Table of Content Alerts, Ahead of Print Alerts, New Entry Alerts for Databases and ePackage Alerts by email.

To create your account, follow this link to sign up for an account.