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New in HeinOnline: The Canadian Bar Review

The Canadian Bar Review has been added to HeinOnline with the August content release. This peer-reviewed legal journal is the successor to Canadian Law Times and Canada Law Journal, which provide important insight into Canadian legal history.

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North Korea and the Nuclear Crisis

North Korea recently made threats about a possible nuclear war, claiming that they have successfully built an intercontinental ballistic missile. While this is considered current news, history proves this conflict is nothing new. Let’s dive in and explore the history and current conflict.

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Presidential Pardoning Power

Recently, the Law Librarian Blog posted this short piece on whether or not a president can pardon himself. If a researcher would like to dig a bit deeper into this complicated topic, HeinOnline has a new beta tool which provides users with the ability to quickly and easily retrieve similar articles.

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No Beef About It: Factory Farming

Factory farming, also known as industrial livestock production, has nearly replaced traditional farming. In fact, 99% of farm animals are raised in factory farms. These farmsteads focus on a high-level output of meat, egg, and milk production.

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A Brief and Reptilian History of Gerrymandering

Gerrymandering has been around since the election of the first U.S. Congress. The concept has received more attention recently, as the unexpected results of the 2016 election have placed a spotlight on the U.S. government and the processes of democracy generally.

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NEW Sports Law Titles in HeinOnline

The field of sports law is composed of legal issues surrounding both amateur and professional sports in the United States. While some aspects of this legal field overlap with labor law, contract law, and others, many law schools offer specific programs dedicated to sports law.

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Comprehensive Search Results in HeinOnline Just Got Better

HeinOnline has always offered comprehensive search results. Results never max out, regardless of the search parameters. The incredibly broad search law from within the Law Journal Library produces more than 1.8 million results.

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Michael Flynn and The Logan Act

After less than one month of service, retired U.S. Army lieutenant general Michael T. Flynn resigned as United States national security advisor on February 13, 2017 after a controversy arose about his prior conversations with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the United States.

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Celebrating Presidents’ Day with Abraham Lincoln and George Washington

The American holiday of Presidents’ Day was originally established in 1885 in recognition of the first President of the United States, George Washington. It was officially called Washington’s Birthday and observed as a federal holiday on February 22nd, Washington’s actual day of birth.

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U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch

On January 31, 2017 Judge Neil Gorsuch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit was officially nominated by President Donald J. Trump to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy. Read Gorsuch’s law review articles in HeinOnline, by accessing the list on his author profile page:

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