We are in the full swing of Spring and recently celebrated our 19th birthday. The lucky winner of our $500 Amazon gift card giveaway was Nicole Dyzlewski from Roger Williams University School of Law! HeinOnline has evolved over the years and continues to grow. We’re excited to share our latest content news with you.
We have added more than 13,000 titles and 14,000 volumes combined for a total of 697,291 new pages in HeinOnline. The Law Journal Library officially surpassed 2,700 journals. We also added more than 40 new titles to the Report of U.S. Presidential Commissions and Other Advisory Bodies: A Bibliographic Listing, which was recently named to the 2018 List of Best Historical Materials. We’ll highlight some of the major updates in this blog.
Major Database Updates
The Law Journal Library has grown with the addition of 10 new journals. We added nearly 130 titles to both the Legal Classics Library and Taxation & Economic Reform in America Parts I & II. More than 300 hearings were added to the U.S. Congressional Documents database.
Expand each collection below to see what has been updated, what’s new, and what is being featured this month.
More than 250 journals were updated and 10 new journals were added this past month. With these additions, the Law Journal Library reached a new milestone and now includes more than 2,700 journals. Let’s take a look at the new journals that pushed the title count to a new milestone.
Access to Justice in Eastern Europe
Indexed: Vols. 1-2#1 (2018-2019)
This is an Open Access Journal which supports online submission and double-blind peer review system. The publication’s mission is to offer a forum for discussion of topical issues of Judicial and Civil Procedure reforms, for sharing of research results related to access to justice developments in East European Countries including Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania, and others. The key areas have been chosen due to special mixed features of post-social legal doctrine’s legacy and Western influence, as well as the legislative approximation to EU law.
Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Full Text: Vols. 1-34 (1983-2016)
Indexed: Vols. 1-37#1 (1983-2019)
This peer-reviewed journal provides current and comprehensive information from throughout the world on topics at the interface of the law and the behavioral sciences. The journal balances theoretical, mental health, legal, and research writing to provide a broad perspective on pertinent psycho-legal topics.
Competition Law Journal
Indexed: Vols. 1-18#1 (2002-2019)
This journal provides practitioners with a reliable source of analysis on law and practice in the UK and EU. Its primary focus is on all aspects of UK competition law, from legal, economic and policy perspectives. It also addresses important developments in EU and international competition law. The journal is edited and authoritative articles are written by leading practitioners in the field. It includes analysis of essential case law, CMA and European Commission decisions and relevant economic analysis presented in an accessible, practitioner-focused manner.
Family Court Review
Full Text: Vols. 1-54 (1960-2016)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-26 (1960-1988) as Conciliation Courts Review; Vols. 27-38 (1989-2000) as Family and Conciliation Courts Review
Indexed: Vols. 1-57 #1 (1963-2019)
For more than five decades, Family Court Review has served as an interdisciplinary communication forum for judges, attorneys, mediators, and professionals in mental health and human services who are concerned with the improvement of all aspects of the family court system. The Review brings comprehensive coverage of family court practice, theory, research, and legal opinion. It includes peer-edited articles by distinguished judges, attorneys, and other family court specialists covering timely information on real-world issues.
Howard Journal of Crime and Justice
Full Text: Vols. 1-55 (1921-2016)
Title Varies: Vols. 1-10 (1921-1961) as Howard Journal; Vols. 11-22 (1962-1983) as Howard Journal of Penology and Crime Prevention; Vols. 23-55 (1984-2016) as Howard Journal of Criminal Justice
Indexed: Vols. 1-57 (1921-2018)
This international peer-reviewed journal is committed to publishing high quality theory, research, and debate on all aspects of the relationship between crime and justice across the globe. In additional to published articles, the Editorial Board is open to other formats fostering dialogue on crime and justice issues, such as special issues, themed debate sections, and interview with academics and practitioners.
International Insolvency Review
Full Text: Vols. 1-25 (1990-2016)
Indexed: Vols. 1-28#1 (1990-2019)
This referred journal, published three times a year, provides authoritative information and comment about major issues and developments in the field of insolvency, viewed in an international perspective. The Editorial Board consists of more than twenty members, each of whom is a distinguished academic, judge, or practitioner having an established international reputation in the field of insolvency, with particular emphasis on its cross-border dimensions.
Journal of Legal Studies Education
Full Text: Vols. 1-33 (1983-2016)
Indexed: Vols. 1-35 (1983-2018)
Published twice annually the Jouranl of LEgal Studies Education (JLSE) is an invaluable resource for professors of business law. The journal is peer-reviewed and closely examines pedagogical issues within business and legal studies.
Journal of Supreme Court History
Full Text: 1976-1998, Vols. 24-41 (1999-2016)
Title Varies: 1976-1989 as Yearbook: Supreme Court Historical Society
Indexed: 1976-1998, Vols. 24-43 (1999-2018)
The Journal of Supreme Court History has been serving the legal profession, historians, and the public for more than 30 years. This journal is dedicated to the preservation of history of the Supreme Court of the United States, and to expanding public awareness of that history and heritage.
Journal of World Intellectual Property
Full Text: Vols. 1-19 (1998-2016)
Indexed: Vols. 1-22#2 (1998-2019)
This journal provides in depth coverage to all international and comparative aspects of intellectual property law, including trade, investment, technology, management, and enforcement of intellectual property. The journal aims to provide a wide view of intellectual property, including innovative approaches to licensing and protection.
Full Text: Vols. 1-29 (1988-2016)
Indexed: Vols. 1-32#1 (1988-2019)
Ratio Juris is a leading intercontinental journal of philosophy of law and general jurisprudence. It provides an international and trans-cultural forum for the communication of philosophical ideas about law and legal questions. This journal covers topics such as the nature of law, law and morality, artificial intelligence and the law, law and language, legal obligations, and much more!
This month two titles were updated and two new titles were added, including:
Personal Recollections and Observations of General Nelson A. Miles, Embracing a Brief View of the Civil War, or from New England to the Golden Gate
1v. Chicago: Werner Company, 1896
Miles, Nelson A.
This database grew by nearly 130 titles this past month. We also updated one existing title. This month we’re featuring:
Baltimore, Slavery, and Constitutional History
1v. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1896
Chambers, Henry E.; et al.
National Health Insurance (2nd Edition)
1v. Washington: Library of Congress, 1950
Livingston, Helen E.; et al.
This print and online resource was named to the 2018 List of Best Historical Materials! The list recognizes effectiveness in coverage of historical resources in all fields of history and promotes enhanced availability of historical works and information, and is published in Reference and User Services Quarterly. In the past month, we added 42 new titles to this database, including:
Report to the President: Empowering Veterans through Entrepreneurship
1v. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Small Business Administration, 2011
Simple, Fair, and Pro-Growth: Proposals to Fix America’s Tax System
1v. Washington, D.C.: President’s Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform, 2005
With the addition of nearly 130 titles, this database continues to grow exponentially. We also updated 3 titles. Some of the featured titles for this month include:
Our National Debt
1v. Washington: U.S. Gov’t. Printing Office, 1963
Facts and Figures on Federal Finance: A Summary
1v. New York: Government Finance Dept., 1946
Revenue Act of 1943, with Explanation and Federal Tax Charts
1v. New York: Prentice-Hall Inc., 1944
There are now more than 30 new congressional documents, and one update to the Congressional Record.
Now available are more than 300 new congressional hearings, including:
Motion-picture distribution trade practices, 1956: Hearings before a subcommittee of the Select Committee on Small Business, United States Senate, Eighty-Fourth Congress, Second Session, on the Problems of Independent Motion-Picture Exhibitors
1v. Washington: U.S. Gov’t. Printing Office, 1956
Propaganda in motion pictures: Hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Interstate Commerce, United States Senate, Seventy-seventh Congress, first session, on S. Res. 152, a resolution authorizing an investigation of war exhibition of motion pictures. September 9 to 26, 1941
1v. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1942
With the last release, we added a new tab which features nearly 70,000 pages of USITC Publications. Since 2011, this database now includes 2.3 million pages, more than 550 CRS Reports, 550 hearings, and 50 legislative histories!
This month we updated three titles and added four new titles including:
Trade Policy towards Low-Income Countries
1v. New York: Committee for Economic Development, 1967
American Worker’s Stake in Foreign Trade
1v. Washington: U.S. Gov’t. Printing Office, 1962
Goldberg, Arthur J.
This month, one title was updated and seven new titles were added, including:
Behind the Scenes
1v. New York: G. W. Carleton & Co., 1868
But wait, there’s more! Access the comprehensive list of all new material added and updated in the May Content Release.