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New Databases: Nominative Reports (English, Irish, and American)

HeinOnline’s newest databases bring together, for the first time ever, the most comprehensive collection of rare nominative reports available online from the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States. Available individually or as a package.

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New Database: West Academic Casebooks Archive

We are excited to announce a partnership with West Academic to introduce a seamless integration of its extensive casebook archive into our intuitive, search-friendly platform.

Interface Enhancements
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MyHein Receives a Major Face-Lift

When MyHein was initially launched in 2008, it was merely a bookmarking tool. For the first time, MyHein has received a major face-lift. No need to worry, all functionality has remained the same, but now MyHein is easier to use and easier on the eyes.

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New One-Box Search in HeinOnline!

Here at HeinOnline, we approach every project with the goal of making your research smarter, better, and faster. Now, instead of selecting a tab to choose which data to search in HeinOnline, do it all from our new intuitive one-box search. Learn how the new one-box search works in this overview.

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New Citation Format: Australian Guide to Legal Citations (AGLC)!

When Neerav Srivastava of Monash University suggested we add the Australian Guide to Legal Citations (AGLC) to HeinOnline, we knew that this would greatly benefit our customers. And now we’re happy to announce this new citation format is now available in our Law Journal Library!

Content Updates
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What’s New in HeinOnline: June 2024 Content Release

Summer has officially begun and we’re back with another hot and hefty update to HeinOnline, including updates to more than 70 databases, adding more than 2.1 million pages. See what’s new below and don’t forget to check out our upcoming free webinar.

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Two New Bar Journals Added to HeinOnline

We’ve added two titles to HeinOnline’s Bar Journals Library, which features complete coverage of nearly all state bar journals, several city bar journals, and select publications from the American Bar Association and others. Let’s see what’s new.

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What’s New in HeinOnline: May 2024 Content Release

April showers might have brought May flowers, but for HeinOnline, they also brought a double dose of excitement with two brand-new databases! This content release even comes with some of the juiciest topics we’ve been buzzing about in our blog.

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Free Webinar: All About HeinOnline’s Digital Services

For over fifty years, the Hein Company has been at the forefront of delivering top-notch documents to the research community, from reprinting to microfiche and now, with HeinOnline. Discover our comprehensive digital services in this 30-minute webinar!

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Free Webinar: Exploring the Altmetric Integration in HeinOnline

Join us for a webinar featuring Altmetric, a new HeinOnline integration that follows online attention across news outlets, blogs, social media, and more, tracking thousands of online conversations to uncover the societal impact of scholarly works.

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William S. Hein & Co., Inc. & HeinOnline Website Merge

We’re pleased to announce that our William S. Hein & Co., Inc., website, which promotes our more traditional print and microfiche products, has been merged with our HeinOnline website, which features our online databases for a seamless experience.

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Millennials Are Changing the World: Don’t @ Me

The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines millennials as those born roughly between the 1980s and 1990s. We explore how the workplace may be shifting with this new generation and where to locate resources on this timely topic.