Want to know which states have laws on data security breaches, or how states’ laws on stalking compare? If so, Cheryl Nyberg and Carol Boast’s Subject Compilations of State Laws is the place to start.
Hundreds of law libraries around the country subscribe to the bound volumes of the series. Now, for the first time, a comprehensive searchable database of the entire set will be available in HeinOnline. This database contains references to more than 17,000 sources of 50-state surveys published in law review articles, books, court briefs and opinions, federal and state government publications, and loose-leaf services. Researchers will have the ability to search all 25 volumes in one place and link directly to journals found within HeinOnline.
The database will be searchable across a number of fields, including subject, journal title, title, creator/author, added authors, court, or entry number. Below is a sneak preview of the search options that will be available.
Search results will display a database record for each result and include key information, as is included in the print edition.
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