What’s New in HeinOnline: August Content Release

Content News, Content Release, HeinOnline Updates, What's New
Lauren Mattiuzzo

As summer is coming to an end, schools are slowly returning back, and while that might look different for some students and faculty, HeinOnline has stayed consistent through this uncertain time. As everyone adjusts to the “new norm” for this school year, let’s take a look at some of the new and exciting things we have been up to this past month.


AUGUST CONTENT RELEASE SUMMARY

Updated databases: 58

New titles: 1,967

New volumes: 3,037

New pages added last month: 913,863

Total pages in HeinOnline: 187,968,547

Highlights from the Past Month


  • Connector.

    We Added a New Database: COVID-19 in America: Response, Issues, and Law

    This new database, included at no additional charge for all HeinOnline Core subscribers provides factual information about how COVID-19 has impacted public health, economics, society, and the world.

  • Connector.

    We Added Another New Database: Executive Privilege

    To help understand this mighty but ill-defined power, HeinOnline’s new Executive Privilege database provides primary and secondary source material such as government documents from the executive, legislative, and judicial branches and related books and scholarly articles.

  • Connector.

    We Complete Phase II of Our ORCID Integration

    Authors who have previously aligned their ORCID account will now see their ORCID works displayed on their HeinOnline author profile page as part of our Phase II Integration.

  • Connector.

    A New Issue of Preview of the United States Supreme Court Cases Was Added

    The final issue 47 #8 of Preview, which ends this Supreme Court term, has been published and is available in HeinOnline.

  • Connector.

    State Constitutions Illustrated Was Updated

    Since February, additional current documents have been added to three states, and nearly 800 prestatehood documents have been added to several other states. All states are up to date as of the elections of November 5, 2018.

  • Connector.

    We Taught You How to Search within Results

    Learn how to use the Search Within Results button to modify your search results rather than constructing a new search query with this Tip of the Week!

  • Connector.

    We Expanded the U.S. Congressional Serial Set

    Since its initial release in October 2018, more than 6 million pages and nearly 7,000 volumes have been added to the Serial Set. In the past month alone, the Serial Set grew by more than 500 volumes and 300,000 pages. Read up on this month’s Secret of the Serial Set—a look back on the South African system of apartheid and the U.S. anti-apartheid movement.

  • Connector.

    We Outlined Ways to Research the Women's Suffrage Movement

    It has been 100 years since the 19th Amendment was ratified, giving women the right to vote. To celebrate, we took a look at the political progress of American women over the past century.

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    Two New Chapters Were Added to National Survey of State Laws

    Two new chapters featuring Beer Law and Voter Laws have been added to the National Survey of State Laws. In addition, several chapters were updated.


Major Database Updates

We’ve added a ton of content to some of our most popular HeinOnline databases! Check out the substantial additions this month:

  • The Law Journal Library continues to grow with the addition of 11 new journals.
  • We added nearly 200 titles to the Legal Classics Library.
  • More than 200 Congressional Research Reports, 195 hearings, and 43 committee prints were added to the U.S. Congressional Documents database.
  • World Constitutions Illustrated has grown by 83 new documents.
  • More than 100 titles were added to GAO Reports and Comptroller General Decisions.
  • 50 titles were added to History of International Law.
  • Foreign & International Law Resources Database grew by nearly 50 titles.
  • 39 titles were added to Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part I & II.
  • 39 titles were added to Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf.
  • And finally, nearly 20 titles were added to New York Legal Research Library.

That’s not all! Expand each collection below to discover additional updates, along with our favorite titles from each addition.

With the August content release, we added 11 new journals, ten of which are active serials. Join us as we take a closer look at each of the new titles and the type of content they cover.

Admiralty Record

Vols. 1-6 (2013-2018)

Published by Admiralty Record Publishing Company, L.L.C.

The Admiralty Record, first published in 2014, is an annual publication that reports the admiralty and maritime law opinions issued by the Supreme Court of the United States and the United States Court of Appeals that are designated for publication during a particular calendar year, beginning with those issued during 2013.

The mission of the Admiralty Record is to provide the admiralty and maritime law practitioner, professor, student, or others interested in the field with one annual book that contains all of the precedential admiralty and maritime law opinions issued by the federal appellate courts during the previous calendar year. Each volume contains a Table of Contents listing all of the opinions reported, as well as a Table of Cases and a Table of Statutes and Rules that provide pinpoint citations to all cases, statutes, and rules cited in each opinion. Finally, each volume also contains a subject-matter index to assist the reader in finding cases involving a particular subject matter.

American Journal of Bioethics

Full Text: Vols. 1-14 (2001-2014)
Indexed: Vols. 1-20#8 (2001-2020)

Published by Taylor & Francis

The American Journal of Bioethics provides an authoritative, annotated discussion that has been used by judges, senators, journalists, scholars, schoolteachers, and millions of others as the key source on thousands of topics in the health sciences. Every issue of the journal contains peer-reviewed Target Articles that zero in on tough questions, answered by Open Commentary articles from scholars across disciplines and cultures.

The journal has followed through on the innovative vision that built bioethics: serious discussion of the social implications of biomedicine. Readers include faculty and students at virtually every graduate and professional school in the world, thousands of elected officials and judges, and most health news journalists.

Conveyancing

1999-2019

Published by Avizandum Publishing Ltd

This publication is a comprehensive annual survey of cases and other developments in the law of conveyancing in Scotland. Strictly, it is a book rather than a journal, but it has been published every year since 1999. The authors are Kenneth Reid and George Gretton (both law professors at the University of Edinburgh). The target audience is legal practitioners in Scotland as well as legal academics and law students.

Avizandum Publishing is a specialist law bookshop based in Edinburgh with a strong emphasis on Scots Law. The company holds a very comprehensive stock of Scots law books and a wide range of general UK law books.

Deviant Behavior

Full Text: Vols. 1-35 (1979-2014)
Indexed: Vols. 1-41#10 (1979-2020)

Published by Taylor & Francis

Deviant Behavior is the only journal that specifically and exclusively addresses social deviance. International and interdisciplinary in scope, it publishes refereed theoretical, descriptive, methodological, and applied papers. All aspects of deviant behavior are discussed, including crime, juvenile delinquency, alcohol abuse and narcotic addiction, sexual deviance, societal reaction to handicap and disfigurement, mental illness, and socially inappropriate behavior.

In addition, Deviant Behavior frequently includes articles that address contemporary theoretical and conceptual controversies, allowing the specialist in deviance to stay informed of ongoing debates. The journal also publishes overview articles on particular aspects of deviance, updating the reader on research and theoretical developments. Readership includes sociologists, criminologists, anthropologists, social workers, therapists, and criminal justice professionals, among others.

Direitos Fundamentais & Justica

Full Text: Vols. 1-39 (2007-2018)
Indexed: Vols. 1-41 (2007-2019)

Published by Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Faculty of Law

Fundamental rights and justice, in all their complexity, constitute a permanent task and a constant challenge for states, for society, and for each one of us. Direitos Fundamentais & Justica is a biannual publication of the Postgraduate Program in Law of the Faculty of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul. The journal constitutes the axis around which the areas of concentration, lines of research, curriculum structure, research projects, and technical and scientific production of the Program of Education are structured.

The journal’s mission is to host scientific articles, book reviews, and comments on national, foreign, and international jurisprudence that have as their object the following themes:

  • Effectiveness of the Constitution and Human and Fundamental Rights
  • Law, Science, Technology and Innovation
  • Hermeneutics, Justice and Constitutional State
  • Jurisdiction, Effectiveness and Instrumentality of the Process

Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice

Full Text: Vols. 1-12 (2003-2014)
Indexed: Vols. 1-18#3 (2003-2020)

Published by Taylor & Francis

The Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice explores the prejudice that currently affects our judicial system, our courts, our prisons, and our neighborhoods all around the world. This unique multidisciplinary journal is the only publication that focuses exclusively on crime, criminal justice, and ethnicity/race. Here, find insightful commentaries, position papers, and examinations of new and existing legislation by scholars and professionals committed to the study of ethnicity and criminal justice.

In addition, the Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice presents the latest empirical findings, theoretical discussion, and research on social and criminal justice issues. It also provides scholarly thoughts and informed opinions on current and controversial issues, including racial profiling, race and death penalty, drug laws and minorities, and felony disenfranchisement laws and ethnicity.

Journal of Family Trauma, Child Custody, and Child Development

Title Varies: Vols. 1-16 (2004-2019) as Journal of Child Custody
Full Text: Vols. 1-11 (2004-2014)
Indexed: Vols. 1-17#2 (2004-2020)

Published by Taylor & Francis

The Journal of Family Trauma, Child Custody, and Child Development (JFT)—formerly the Journal of Child Custodyprovides access to the research, theories, ideas, commentaries, and experiences of leading experts in the fields of family psychology, child development, attachment, child custody, trauma, interpersonal violence and abuse, assessment, parenting, divorce, and other relevant areas. It keeps professionals up to date with the latest developments in the research and practice on these important areas of family and child functioning, as well as discussions about complex legal and psychological issues involved in their assessment or evaluations.

While it will not shy away from controversial topics and ideas, the journal is committed to publishing accurate, balanced, and scholarly articles as well as insightful reviews of relevant literature, research, and books covering these areas. The journal is anonymously peer reviewed with an interdisciplinary editorial board comprised of the following: child custody evaluators; mental health, social work, law enforcement, and medical professionals; and researchers, attorneys, and judges committed to the safety and best interests of children and families, especially as they relate to various types of court cases.

Journal of Laws & Innovation (JLI)

Vols. 1-3 (2019-2020)

Published by University of Pennsylvania Law School

The Journal of Law & Innovation is a student-edited journal at the University of Pennsylvania Law School that focuses on issues related to law, innovation, and technology. Unlike most law school journals, JLI benefits from a high level of faculty involvement. The journal is published as a single-issue journal each year, in a symposium format. During the Fall semester, journal members work with the faculty editor(s) in a seminar to read prominent legal scholarship on the topic and learn how to critically analyze legal scholarship. During the Spring semester, journal members assist with the running and organization of a major symposium on the topic, work with the symposium authors to substantively edit their pieces, and help bring the journal to print before the end of the academic year.

Internally, the goal of the Journal of Law & Innovation is to provide its technologically-focused student-members with a substantive publication experience, an opportunity for close collaboration with Penn Law faculty members, and an extended foray into academia. Externally, the journal seeks to produce novel legal scholarship that explores the intersection of law and technology. Each year, JLI purposefully chooses a volume topic centered on a fast-evolving and unsettled area of law. The resulting author contributions allow academics and practitioners to remain up to date on the most pressing ways in which recent societal technological development have and will impact legal regimes (and vice versa).

Revista de Bioetica y Derecho

Vols. 1-50 (2004-2020)

Published by University of Barcelona

Revista de Bioetica y Derecho (Journal of Bioethics and Law) is a peer-edited journal of the University of Barcelona, published by the Observatory of Bioethics and Law (OBD). The current publication is the result of the fusion of two journals in 2016: Revista de Bioetica y Derecho, created in 2004 at the initiative of OBD with the support of the Master in Bioethics and Law of the University of Barcelona; and the journal Perspectivas Bioeticas of the Bioethics Programme of the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO, Argentina).

The journal aims to provide rigorous and contrasted scientific information as well as rational and reasonable humanist arguments that contribute to defining and selecting bioethical problems and opening the social debate to citizen participation. The publication is thus intended for all those interested in bioethics applied to health, safety, new technologies and the environment, among other areas, and is open to the participation of scholars and the promotion of public debate.

Wrongful Conviction Law Review (WCLR)

Vol. 1#1 (2020)

Published by Algoma University

The Wrongful Conviction Law Review is a non-profit, peer-reviewed international journal focusing on wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice. While the publication is fundamentally a law review, it welcomes submissions from other disciplines (e.g., criminology, sociology, psychology, criminal justice, etc.). The publication is released three times a year by members of Algoma University, a public institution based in Ontario, Canada.

The journal aims to be the preeminent repository of articles, book reviews, and case commentaries in its field of endeavor, publishing high-quality, original, empirical, and theoretical research and seeking to foster dialogue and collaboration between scholars, jurists, and practitioners.

One title was updated and six new titles were added, including:

Historical and Statistical Information respecting the History, Condition, and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States
6v. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Company, 1851-1857
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe

24 new titles were added, including:

Criminal Investigation: A Practical Handbook for Magistrates, Police Officers and Lawyers
1v. New York: Lawyers’ Co-Operative Publishing Company, 1907
Gross, Hans; et al.

Criminal Law, as Amended by the Statutes of 1861, with Pleading, Evidence, Forms of Indictment, Cases, and Index
1v. London: Shaw and Sons, Fetter Lane, 1862
Woolrych, Humphry William

Criminal Responsibility of Lunatics: A Study in Comparative Law
1v. London: Sweet & Maxwell, 1909
Oppenheimer, Heinrich

Forensic Chemistry and Scientific Criminal Investigation (3rd ed.)
1v. New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1935
Lucas, A.

50 new titles were added, including:

Awake! America: Object Lessons and Warnings
1v. New York: Moffat, Yard & Company, 1918
Hornaday, William T.

German Theory and Practice of War
1v. Paris: Librairie Armand Colin, 1915
Lavisse, E.; Andler, Ch.

Greek Question
1v. New York: Oxford University Press American Branch, 1918
Gauvain, Auguste; Brown, Carroll N., Translator

Two titles were updated and 15 new titles were added, including:

Immigration Problem and the Right of Asylum for the Persecuted
1v. [S. I.: s.n.], 1913
Kohler, Max J.

Immigration Laws: Rules of November 15, 1911 (4th ed.)
1v. Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O., 1913

Japanese in America
1v. Japan: Japan Advertiser Press, [1926]

194 new titles were added, including:

Modern American Law: A Systematic and Comprehensive Commentary on the Fundamental Principles of American Law
25v. Chicago: Blackstone Institute, 1929
Gilmore, Eugene Allen; Wermuth, William Charles, Editors

Personal Identification: Methods for the Identification of Individuals, Living or Dead
1v. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1918
Wilder, Harris Hawthorne; Wentworth, Bert

Thirty-Five Years with Freedom of Speech
1v. New York: Roger N. Baldwin Civil Liberties Foundation, 1952
Chafee, Zechariah Jr.

Two titles were updated and 39 new titles were added, including:

New Man: Twenty-Nine Years a Slave, Twenty-Nine Years a Free Man
Bruce, H. C.

Comparative Cataloguing-Rules
1v. New York: George G. Peck, 1903
Hitchler, Theresa

Fifteen new compiled federal legislative histories were added this month. Our U.S. Federal Legislative History Library now contains more than 2,550 legislative histories. Here are some notable titles:

Legislative History of the Geothermal Energy Research, Development and Demonstration Act of 1974, U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration, P.L. 93-410
3v. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Energy Research & Development Administration, 1974
Burroughs, Barbara E., Compiler

Legislative History of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1982, P.L. 97-253
5v. Washington, D.C.: Van Ness Feldman, 1982

Legislative History of the Solar Heating and Cooling Demonstration Act of 1974, P.L. 93-409
6v. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Energy Research & Development Administration, 1975
Perks, Ruth E., Compiler

The following title was added this month:

Watergate and the Law: Political Campaigns and Presidential Power
1v. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1974
Winter, Ralph K. Jr.

83 new titles were added, including:

History of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the Civil War 1603-1642
10v. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1896-1901
Gardiner, Samuel R.

History of England from the Accession of James the Second
5v. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1879
Macaulay, Thomas Babington

Two titles were updated and 39 new titles were added, including:

Brief Analysis of the Federal Income Tax Law
1v. New York: Fifth Avenue Bank, 1913
Teets, Herbert M.

Defense without Inflation
1v. New York: Twentieth Century Fund, 1951
Hart, Albert G.

Monetary Theory: A Modern Treatment of the Essentials of Money and Banking (2nd ed.)
1v. Philadelphia: Blakiston Company, 1946
Halm, George N.

But wait, there’s more! Access the comprehensive list of all new material added and updated in the August Content Release.

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