New Additions to the ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals

American Bar Association, Content News, What's New
Shannon Furtak

In 2015, HeinOnline partnered with the American Bar Association (ABA) to offer access to the current content of 100 ABA-published journals. In addition to the titles available with the former ABA Package Plan, 44 new titles which were formerly available only to section members were included in the ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals.

Both HeinOnline and the ABA are committed to continually increasing the value of this collection. Last month, publications from the ABA Center for Professional Development's National Institutes from 2012 to date were added. These publications cover a wide range of topics, from Gaming Law to White Collar Crime, and include original analyses of legal developments assembled by the faculty for these in-person programs.

To access these newly available publications, enter the ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals and choose National Institutes from the browse options:

Choose a year, then a topic:

Documents are exact images of the National Institute materials, and are available as full-color PDFs:

The ABA Law Library Collection Periodicals is updated weekly to provide access to the most current journal issues. To browse the titles in this collection, use the A-Z index at the top of the page. Like all HeinOnline material, the full text and metadata of all content in this collection is fully searchable. Use the main search bar at the top of the page to perform a topical search:

Search results can be refined using the facets on the left side of the page or sorted by relevance, date, and more. Matching text within each search result is highlighted in yellow, and results can be expanded to display all matching text pages. ScholarCheck cited-by information and administrative tools, include an instant PDF download option, are available on the right side of each search result:

The 44 titles which were formerly available only to section members, as well as all new content moving forward, will be in full color: