Answered By: Yee Xin Chai
Last Updated: Aug 11, 2017     Views: 168

There is no easy way. You need to do a full text search for any articles that have cited that article.  

Before starting, remember to search for the journal title using quotation marks – this tells the database to search for your terms as a complete phrase rather than search each individual word. E.g. searching for (mistaken identity in the house of lords) vs (“mistaken identity in the house of lords”)

LawNet

Launch LawNet
Select the “Reference Materials” and unselect “Cases
Enter the article name in quotation marks eg. "Mistaken Identity in the House of Lords" to find articles citing that article

Lexis Singapore

Launch Lexis Singapore
Select “Journals
Select the relevant journal you which to search under “Source
Enter the article name in quotation marks in the “Search Terms” box and search. 

 

Westlaw

Launch Westlaw
Select “International Materials
Under “Content Types”, select “Journals
Enter the article name in quotation marks and search.

As I said, you will have to repeat these steps for the journals published in other countries.

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