Several commercial databases contain law review articles or index articles.
If you use of the indexing services, you will need to locate the text of the cited articles in which you are interested. HeinOnline is a good source to use once you have a citation. If the journal that you need is not available on HeinOnline, search for the journal in the UW Libraries e-journals list.
You might also use Google Scholar. When you use it via a UW-connected computer, you will find articles available from a variety of commercial sources, including several of the individual databases mentioned below.
Contains PDF images of US law reviews from 1808 (that's right, 1808) to present. Best used to retrieve copies of law review articles when the citations are known (for instance, from LegalTrac searches).