Recap of May's Content Release: New Content & Improved Features

Content News, Enhancements
HeinOnline Blogger

What can you expect with today’s monthly content release? We are releasing 800,000+ pages of new content, bringing HeinOnline to more than 38 million pages! We added 99 new World Trials and 23 new Legal Classics titles this month. Also, Statutes of the Realm, volumes 1-11 (1225-1713) are now available in the English Reports library. New additions to the Law Journal Library include Criminal Law Quarterly, volumes 1-49 (1958-2005) and Taxes: The Tax Magazine, volumes 1-82 (1923-2004). For a complete recap of content released this month, click here.

In addition to the new content released, we also released improvements to some of HeinOnline’s features, as outlined below.

Searchable PDF’s:
The following libraries have been converted to searchable PDF’s: English Reports…

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Congressional Record to be Completed by End of June

Content News, U.S. Congressional Documents
HeinOnline Blogger

With only 24 volumes left to be added to HeinOnline, we are pleased to announce that the Congressional Record bound volumes will be completed by the end of June! This is a tremendous effort and we are very excited to be able to offer this to you. For the first time ever, you will have access to the complete printed chronicle of debates, proceedings and speeches of the United States Congress dating back to its first year of publication in 1873. We are proud to announce that this is something that only HeinOnline currently offers the legal research community. You will be able to access the complete and accurate accounts of congressional matters for the last 135 years!

Click here for more information about the Congressional Documents collection…

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MPEP, Full Coverage Now Available in HeinOnline

Content News, MPEP
HeinOnline Blogger

We are pleased to announce that HeinOnline now offers complete coverage of the MPEP, Manual of Patent Examining Procedure. This can be found in the Intellectual Property Law Journal Library, or it can be accessed from your list of subscribed libraries.

We would like to give a special Thank You to all of you who supported this effort through your contribution of materials. It is with your tremendous help that we were able to fill in the gaps and are now able to offer it in it’s entirety in HeinOnline.

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HeinOnline Law Journals Are Being Indexed by Google Scholar

Content News, Searching
HeinOnline Blogger

It’s no secret! As Due Process, WisBlawg and ZiefBrief have all reported, Google Scholar is indexing the Law Journals in HeinOnline to make the more than 1,100 titles searchable in the Google Scholar interface. The indexing is still ongoing, as Google Scholar has not fully indexed all of the titles in the Law Journal Collection as of yet. Over the next 30 days or so they should near completion of the indexing at which point the entire HeinOnline Law Journal collection will be searchable in Google Scholar.

So how does it work? Go to Google Scholar and search for a Law Journal or an article name from within a Law Journal…

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Coming Soon! Comprehensive Coverage of Title 37: Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights in the CFR

CFR, Content News
HeinOnline Blogger

At the beginning of April, Title 37: Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights of the Code of Federal Regulations will be available in it’s entirety, from inception to date. With the back fill of content from 1987-2003 coming to completion, Intellectual Property research will be even more extensive and substantial in HeinOnline.

When researching in the CFR, don’t forget to use the “Citations on Page” option to link directly to any Federal Register citations that appear on the page and are identifiable in HeinOnline.

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U.S. Federal Agency Library coming in this month's release!

Content News
HeinOnline Blogger

The first section of the much anticipated U.S. Federal Agency Library will be available with the December Content release. The U.S. Federal Agency Library is a complete collection of the official case law of some of the United States’ most important government institutions. This case law, also known as decision law, is the body of reported judicial opinions that are published by each agency and thereby become precedent and the basis for future decisions. The initial content release will include the following titles:

  • Administrative Decisions under Immigration and Nationality Laws – v. 1-23 (1940-2006)
  • Surface Transportation Board Reports. Decisions of the Surface Transportation Board of the United States – v…

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August content release recap

Content News
Shane Marmion

Law Journal Library:

HeinOnline recently acquired the rights to 3 prominent titles, including: The Journal of Law and Society, The Jurist, and The American Criminal Law Review.

The Journal of law and Society has been established as the leading British periodical for Socio-Legal Studies. This journal appeals to legal researchers and practitioners as well as sociologists, criminologist and other social scientists.

The Jurist is the only journal published in the United States devoted to the study and promotion of canon law.

The American Criminal Law Review is the nation’s premier journal of criminal law. The ACLR is the most-cited criminal law review in the nation, and it also ranks among the countries 30 most-cited law review of any kind…

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Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) – Coming Soon!

Content News
Shane Marmion

Our development team has been working diligently on our new Foreign Relations of the United States collection that will be available at the end of the month.

This new collection to HeinOnline will contain approximately 450 volumes and half a million pages of content. The content will be able to be browsed or searched by presidential administration. The collection will also be available at no cost for those who were early subscribers to our Foreign and International Law Resources Database (FILRD).

A complete listing of volumes that will be contained in the HeinOnline’s FRUS collection can be accessed here:

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Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP)

Content News
Shane Marmion

Due to customer feedback that there was confusion as to where the MPEP resides within HeinOnline, we have made the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP) its own collection.

Those customers who are currently subscribed to the “Core” or “Intellectual Property” collections will now see this new collection in the alphabetical list of subscribed libraries. This collection can also be accessed from the following link:

Also, we are still looking for the missing editions and revisions to complete our back file coverage for the MPEP. If you have available any of the following revisions, please contact us by e-mailing

1st 1st Revision
1st 2nd Revision
1st 3rd Revision
1st Completely Interfiled
3rd 1st Revision
3rd 2nd Revision
3rd 3rd Revision
3rd 7th Revision
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3rd 10th Revision
3rd 13th Revision
3rd 16th Revision
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3rd 19th Edition
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3rd 25th Revision
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3rd 27th Revision
3rd 37th Revision
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3rd 44th Revision
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3rd 49th Revision
3rd 50th Revision
3rd 51st Revision
3rd 54th Revision
3rd 55th Revision
4th Original ed…

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