Click “My library” at the top of the Scholar homepage or in the left column of a search results page to view all articles in your library.
To search the full text of these articles, enter your query as usual in the search box.
To see the absolutely newest articles first, click "Sort by date" in the sidebar.
If you use this feature a lot, you may also find it useful to setup email alerts to have new results automatically sent to you.
This works best if you create a public Citations profile, which is free and quick to do.
Once you get to the homepage with your photo, click "Follow new citations" in the right sidebar below the search box.
Getting better answers You'll often get better results if you search only recent articles, but still sort them by relevance, not by date.
You get all the goodies that come with Scholar search results - citing articles, related articles, formatted citations, links to your university’s subscriptions, and more.
Note: On smaller screens that don't show the sidebar, these options are available in the dropdown menu labelled "Any time" right below the search button. It'll bring up the advanced search window that lets you search in the author, title, and publication fields, as well as limit your search results by date.
Select the "Legal documents" option and do a keyword search over all jurisdictions.
To find newer articles, try the following options in the left sidebar: If you're affiliated with a university, but don't see links such as "Find [email protected]", please check with your local library about the best way to access their online subscriptions.
You may need to do search from a computer on campus, or to configure your browser to use a library proxy.
We will then email you when we find new articles that cite yours.