HeinOnline’s original database, which pioneered the Hein Company into an online setting, has officially surpassed 3,000 journals with our September content release! The Law Journal Library, which started with only 23 journals, was initially launched as a small collection of law reviews. As the database has grown over the years, we’ve added millions of pages of content relating to other disciplines. Today, the “Law” Journal Library is really a multidisciplinary collection of both academic and commercial material.
Keep reading to learn about the seven new journals as well as the nearly 200 volumes added this month. And stay turned for a dedicated post coming soon exploring the full history of the Law Journal Library!
Published by Karl-Franzens-Universitat Graz
The Austrian Law Journal (ALJ) follows a broad concept and covers all areas of law. Since it is an open access journal, articles can be accessed and used freely and free of charge. The ALJ is addressed to legal scholars of all disciplines as well as to scientifically interested practitioners. All main scientific articles are subject to a double-blind, peer-review process prior to publication.
Vols. 1-4 (2017-2020)
Published by Belmont University College of Law
The Belmont Health Law Journal aims to create a point of reference and resource for meaningful dialogue among practitioners concerned with the legal and regulatory complexities of providing high-quality healthcare. The Journal contributes to this dialogue by providing a dynamic forum which includes summaries of current law, detailed analyses of issues of importance, and brief updates for those wishing to know and apply the latest updates to their practice.
Vols. 1-97 (1980-2020) All Published
Published by Canadian Human Rights Reporter Inc.
The Canadian Human Rights Reporter began in 1980 and was founded out of a growing need for lawyers, academics, employers, landlords, and the public to find a reliable source of adjudicator and court decisions in order to learn about human rights and what they mean. It includes 3,000 court and tribunal decisions since 1980.
Vols. 1-5#1 (2016-2021)
Published by Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown Law Technology Review (GLTR) is a student-run law review at the Georgetown University Law Center. The Review is a mix of legal scholarship, ranging from practitioner-generated articles to student-written notes, legal news articles, and technology explainers. The focus is on the intersection of technology and the law.
Vols. 1-8 (2013-2020)
Published by National Law School of India University, Bangalore
The International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice is a blind-peer-reviewed law journal, published annually by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), under the aegis of the Chair on Consumer Law and Practice, NLSIU (CLAP). The Journal seeks to provide a forum for engaging in discussion on a variety of national and international issues with respect to consumer protection laws. It endeavors to encourage academic discourse and legal scholarship in the field of consumer laws. Over the years, the Journal has included featured articles, essays, and case notes on different themes of consumer law, including inter alia international consumer protection framework and policy, empowering consumers, consumer welfare legislation and its implementation, consumer rights in digital era, technological advancements in enforcement of consumer rights, mediation as an effective tool to resolve consumer disputes, etc. The Journal welcomes contributions from academicians, practitioners, and students of law and allied fields.
Vols. 1-48#1 (1974-2021)
Published by University of Malaya
The Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law (JMCL) publishes original works comprising articles, comments, case notes, and reviews on the whole spectrum of legal topics and issues. Its purpose is to disseminate information to the legal fraternity, from judges and lawyers to academicians and law students. The Journal is a refereed journal that goes for a double-blind review and is peer-edited.
Vol. 1#1 (2021)
Published by University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
The North Carolina Civil Rights Law Review is a student-edited law journal that serves as a space for scholarly discourse on contemporary topics in civil rights law. The journal aims to publish innovative, important commentary and analysis of civil rights law, with the goal of protecting and advancing individuals’ actual lived experience of civil rights, liberty, and equality today. This publication is a resource for academics, students, legal practitioners, and judges alike.
Published by Institute of Comparative Law in Belgrade, European Law Institute
Regional Law Review (RLR) is collection of papers from the international conference of the same name. The conference is devoted, but not limited, to topical legal issues in the region of the Balkans and Southeastern Europe. It offers a forum to foster a discussion on topical issues, achievements, and tendencies in the development of legal science and to assert, through a critical review, the state of affairs in a particular state or in the entire region relative to European and global standards, with a view to future developments.
Major Title Update
With the August content release, we added volumes 301-496 of Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science! What’s more, any subject-specific book titles will be added to relevant HeinOnline databases.
Since 1889, the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science has served as a forum for the free exchange of ideas among the well informed and intellectually curious. Each volume is guest edited by outstanding scholars and experts in the topics studied and presents more than 200 pages of timely, in-depth research on a significant topic of concern.
Stay tuned next month when we add even more content to this prestigious title.
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