We recently received a comment that the treaty resources in HeinOnline needed some clarification since there is more than one library where treaty research may be done.
Currently, HeinOnline has two main collections that may be used for treaty research – U.S. Treaties and Agreements Library and the United Nations Law Collection.
The U.S. Treaties and Agreements Library contains bilateral and multilateral treaties to which the United States is a party. For more information on U.S. Treaties please see our U.S. Treaty Library support page. (Please note that U.S. Treaties and Agreements Library was formerly known as Treaties and Agreements Library).
The United Nations Law Collection includes bilateral and multilateral treaties which have been published in the League of Nations Treaty Series and the United Nations Treaty Series. In addition to United States treaties, this collection includes treaties to which the United States is not a party. For more information on U.S. Treaties please see our United Nations Law Collection support page.
Please note that not all HeinOnline subscriptions contain access to both libraries. Please check with your law library or firm administrator to determine if your institution subscribes to these collections.
This spring, HeinOnline will launch an extensive new treaty collection which will combine U.S. and U.N treaty resources in a searchable format and will include other related publications. Stay tuned for more information about this new and exciting library.
Should you have any questions about either of these collections, you can chat with us or call our HeinOnline Support team at (800) 277-6995.