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6 New Wiley Journals Now in HeinOnline

HeinOnline is thrilled to announce that we have recently expanded our agreement with John Wiley and Sons, Inc. to bring six more journals into our ever-growing Law Journal Library. Enjoy them at no additional cost to you!

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New Journals Added to HeinOnline: October & November 2023

Over the past two months, we have added 17 new active serials to our Law Journal Library. These new serials cover subjects including international law, constitutional law, politics, war, human rights law, and much more.

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Behind the Bindings: Tricks and Treats in the Law Journal Library

Did you know you can find ghosts, goblins, and ghouls year-round right within HeinOnline’s Law Journal Library? If you want a research session that will send shivers down your spine, we’ve conjured up some spooktacular searching tips sure to fright.

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The Infamy of the Dred Scott Decision

Dred Scott v. Sandford, a Supreme Court decision made in 1857, is largely regarded as one of the most infamous decisions in the Supreme Court’s history. This case determined that people of Black African descent were not entitled to U.S. citizenship.

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4 Notorious Cults in American History

For this blog, we use “cult” to refer to groups with a leader who exerted an excessive and dangerous amount of control over their followers. Let’s dive into where each of these four cults came from and how they came to their tragic end.

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New Journals Added to HeinOnline: August & September 2023

We have added 17 new active serials to our Law Journal Library. These serials cover subjects including human rights law, constitutional law, bankruptcy law, and more. Keep reading to learn about these new additions to our multidisciplinary journals!

The Scopes Monkey Trial

On May 5, 1925, Tennessee high school teacher John Scopes was charged with the crime of teaching his students about the science of human evolution. The Scopes Monkey Trial, as it came to be known, was a national spectacle, and continues to influence First Amendment interpretation today.

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Tip of the Week: How to Locate an Article

Whether you’re a student or a researcher, finding the right articles for your work is crucial. In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through four simple and effective methods to access the wealth of information available in the Law Journal Library.

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The History of Hawai‘i: How a Kingdom Became a State

The wildfires that ravaged the Hawai‘ian island of Maui and completely destroyed the city of Lahaina last month have rekindled conversations about the controversial history of how Hawai‘i came to be an American state in the first place.

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