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Tip of the Week: How to Cite Check with HeinOnline

Imagine you’re a second-year law student and you’ve been assigned with the task to cite check a soon-to-be published article. This task can seem daunting to a student, but with HeinOnline it’s actually pretty simple! Learn more in this blog.

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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was recently confirmed to the Supreme Court. She is the first Black woman named to the nation’s highest court. Jackson is replacing Associate Justice Stephen Breyer. Let’s take a closer look at her education and career.

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4 Heinous Wrongful Convictions in American History

Unfortunately, wrongful convictions—when an innocent person is convicted of a crime—are not a rarity in American history. Countless people, perhaps more than we will ever know, have gone to jail or even been executed for crimes that they did not commit.

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SUE Is Whose?: The Controversial Story Behind the Largest T-Rex Fossil Ever Found

SUE is the name given to the largest, best-preserved, most complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossil found to date. Over 90% recovered by bulk, her skeleton looms 13 feet high and nearly 45 feet long, with a head that weighs over 600 pounds. She currently resides on exhibition at the Field Museum in Chicago.

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Everything or Nothing: The Copyright History of James Bond

No Time to Die is Eon Productions’ 25th film in the Bond canon and the last film in Daniel Craig’s tenure as 007. But as often happens in a long-enduring and hugely profitable enterprise, conflicts in the courtroom over who is owed a piece of MI6’s most famous agent have given Bond several adversaries.

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Mandates to Vaccinate: A Brief History

Vaccination requirements aren’t new in the United States. Many infectious diseases have resulted in mandatory inoculations at the federal and state level—well before today’s health and safety measures were put into place.

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Same DNA but Born this Way: A Look Back at Transgender History

Although to many the term transgender seems relatively new, its roots can be traced back to ancient civilizations. This Pride month, we’ll take a look at the history of transgender people and how they are impacted by law today.

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Everything You Need to Know About Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett

On September 26th, Amy Coney Barrett, a conservative court judge was nominated. If confirmed, Barrett would keep the number of women serving on the Court at three. Today we will explore Barrett’s career and where she stands on major constitutional issues using HeinOnline.