How to Quickly Find a Publication or an Article in HeinOnline

FAQ, Law Journal Library, Searching, Tips and Tricks
Shannon Furtak

Two of the most frequently asked questions our HeinOnline Support Team receives are:

1. How do I know if I have access to a publication in HeinOnline?
2. How do I locate an article in the Law Journal Library?

Locate/Access a Title

The easiest way to find out if a title is available in HeinOnline and the collection in which it resides is by using the Catalog Search tab from the Welcome Page:

Enter the title and change the drop-down menu to Publication Title, and then click search. Titles that meet your search criteria will appear in the results, which will also list the collection(s) in which each title appears:

In the example above, you can see that the Alabama Code of 1928 appears in the Session Laws Library and State Statutes: A Historical Archive. The catalog search tool searches all of HeinOnline, so results may includes titles that reside in collections to which your institution does not subscribe. Click the title to access the material.

Locate/Access an Article

From the Welcome Page, search for an article using this search syntax: title:"Race and Essentialism in Feminist Legal Theory" and click search:

You can also use the quick search bar on the Law Journal Library homepage to quickly retrieve an article by title, author or Bluebook citation:

From the search results, click the title of the article to access the material:

If you have questions about using HeinOnline, contact our Support Team at (800) 277-6995, via e-mail or chat with us! We also offer web training, which can be requested here. Visit our help page for additional search tips, guides, or library specific help.