It's been an Insanely Busy October!

Brennan Center for Justice, Current Content, Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases, Provincial Statutes of Canada, Slavery in America and the World, What's New
Shannon Sabo

HeinOnline is constantly adding content and tools to enhance users' research experiences, but this month featured more announcements than most. Be sure to sign up for our monthly newsletters to stay informed on what's new and what's coming soon!

Since there was so much to absorb, here's a summary of what happened in October:

1. HeinOnline's overall page count surpassed 140,000,000! There are more than 120,000 titles, nearly 300,000 volumes, and more than 60 databases available. On average, HeinOnline adds 1,000,000 pages every month.

2. Slavery in America and the World: History…

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Buddhism, Law & Society

Buddhism, Current Content, Law & Society, Law Journal Library, Religion & the Law, What's New
Benjamin Boron

William S. Hein & Co., Inc. & HeinOnline are pleased to announce the availability of Buddhism, Law & Society. This is the first interdisciplinary academic journal to focus on Buddhist law and the relationship between Buddhism, law, and society. Buddhism and its many social and legal manifestations are a central area of interest for the journal, as are the state’s legal relations to Buddhist actors, institutions, and texts.

Buddhism is the world's fourth-largest religion and dharma that encompass a variety of traditions, beliefs, and spiritual practices which can mainly be attributed to the teachings of Buddha. This journal uncovers how Buddhism affected the political and legal structures of the countries where it was practiced over the past 2,500 years and the countries where it is currently practiced. At the same time…

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New Journal is Dedicated to the History of International Law

Current Content, International Law, Jus Gentium
Benjamin Boron

Jus Gentium Journal of International Legal History, published by Talbot Publishing an imprint of the Lawbook Exchange LTD, is the first journal in the United States dedicated to addressing the history of international law. Much modern scholarship on the history of international law is preoccupied not with international law, but with the international legal doctrine; the doctrinal writings of remarkably few individuals dominate the discourse while the rest remain unseen or overlooked. Jus Gentium encourages the further exploration in the archives for new materials and confirmation of the accuracy of past accounts, while simultaneously welcoming the reassessment of international legal history in all dimensions.

Also included with a subscription to Jus Gentium are these four titles from the Lawbook Exchange:

1. On the History of International Law and International Organization: Collected Papers of Sir Paul Vinogradoff…

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