NUSearch, the online discovery tool for the Northwestern University Libraries, is an excellent starting point for locating articles on your topic. After running your initial search, you may wish to use the filters located in the left-hand menu of the results page (e.g., Format, Creation Date) to narrow your results. Within specific records, look for an "Online Access" link to retrieve the full-text of the article. For more advice on using NUSearch, see the "Using the PLRC Catalog" page in this guide.
Google Scholar is another excellent tool for locating scholarship on dispute resolution topics. You may use this search box to perform an initial search.
A useful strategy for enhancing the functionality of Google Scholar is to link your search results with the Northwestern University Libraries collection. Once this is done, "FindIt @ NU" links will appear next to many of your search results. Selecting these links will connect you with Northwestern University online resources providing the full-text of the article. The brief video below demonstrates how to complete this process.
Both Westlaw Edge and Lexis+ offer robust collections of law reviews and journals. There is much overlap between the two resources, but certain publications are only available in one or the other. Use the links below to access each.
Westlaw Edge includes a large collection of secondary sources focusing on alternative dispute resolution. You may wish to use the "Publication Type" filter on the left-hand menu to narrow your results.
The following links provide access to the full-text of several of the most-cited publications in the dispute resolution field. While in the topic selection stage of your project, you may find it helpful to search and/or browse recent issues of these publications to identify which issues are being examined by scholars and practitioners.