Using PathFinder to Browse

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Using PathFinder to Browse


The multidisciplinary content within the Law Journal Library is organized into a multi-level taxonomy that we call PathFinder. Learn more PathFinder, or keep reading learn how to use it to browse content in the Law Journal Library.

1. Subjects in the Page Viewer

When paging through any document, users can see the PathFinder Subjects that have been assigned to that content.

Click any of the Subjects to see a list of all Law Journal Library content that falls under the concept.

 

2. Subjects on Author Profile Pages

Head to an author’s profile page to see the PathFinder Subjects about which they frequently write listed in their biographical information.

If the author’s profile has been enhanced, see those Subjects in the Explore This Author tool, as well.

3. Subjects in “More Like This”

Within the More Like This tool for any document, users can also select the Subjects button to see a more in-depth view of how the article was assigned those concepts.

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