If you need a specific article, and have the author or title, you might be able to find it free on the Internet.
(You will need many indexes and a full-service legal research database, and a research strategy, to perform a full legal literature subject search for magazine, journal, law review, newsletter, and newspaper articles.)
1) Use your Internet search engine of choice: enter the article title or keywords from the title and the author(s) name(s).
3) Check the author’s personal or a professional website. Depending on the publication, authors can retain copyright to their articles and may post copies of their articles on their own websites.
5) Your public library may have free, remote access databases for library card-holders and many also have “legal collection” databases with lots of law review articles: Oregon Public Libraries or Oregon State Library Directory
7) Ask a Librarian: e.g. post your question to L-net (if you don’t live in Oregon, post your question to your state’s or your library’s “ask us” service)