Congress and the Courts – Now Available as a HeinOnline Library!

Congress & the Courts, Content News
Miranda Rosati

We are pleased to announce Congress and the Courts is now available as an a-la-carte library in HeinOnline. Congress and the Courts, featuring William H. Manz’s Congress and the Courts: A Legislative History 1787-2010, brings together materials reflecting congressional concern with the composition and structure of Article III Courts and provides all relevant documents prepared by various Congresses relating to the purpose, formation, organization, and restructuring of the federal government.

This new library focuses on development and growth of the federal courts and the judiciary as a source of original material of congressional fact finding and decision making. Decades of legislative intent, testimony, and pre-enactment history is provided in one centralized library.

Congress and the Courts features:

  • Congress & the Courts: A Legislative History 1787-2010 Compiled by William H. Manz
  • Federal Judicial Center Publications
  • Other Related Works, including Administrative Conference of the United States: Recommendations and Reports – Vols. 1-4, 1978-1995 (1968-1995)
  • Periodicals, including Federal Probation – Vols. 1-75 (1937-2011)
  • Links to Scholarly Articles
  • CFR Title 28 – Judicial Administration

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For complete details on this new HeinOnline library and subscription options available, which include eight year lock-in and digital ownership options, please view the full brochure here. To set up your subscription or for additional details, contact your sales representative or or 800-828-7571.

Please note: If you are on standing order for Congress & the Courts: A Legislative History 1787-2010, you have been set up with complimentary access to this library in HeinOnline through December 2012. With your complimentary access, you will see Congress and the Courts under your subscribed libraries when you log on to your HeinOnline account. Please contact or 800-828-7571 for more information.

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