In our never-ending quest to improve your legal research experience, we have added a new feature to Hein's ScholarCheck! In addition to viewing the number of times an article has been cited, users can now view the number of times an article has been accessed within a rolling twelve-month period.
We have also added the option to sort search results by Number of Times Accessed. A search in the Law Journal Library for all articles contained in HeinOnline reveal these three articles as the most-accessed in the past twelve months:
R.H. Coase's article, The Problem of Social Cost, discusses the actions of businesses which have harmful effects on others. The other two articles, written by Lee Goldman and C. Peter Goplerud III, discuss the ongoing debate about paying college students to play sports; both topics have been trending during the past year, so it makes sense that these are the three most-accessed articles in HeinOnline.
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