Share THESE POSTS
We have added a brand-new subcollection of content from the Williams Institute to the LGBTQ+ Rights database, part of HeinOnline’s perpetually free Social Justice Suite. Users can access titles from UCLA School of Law’s Williams Institute.
As the internet was exploding over Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover and ChatGPT was giving Google a run for its money, HeinOnline continued to grow (even through a once-in-a-generation blizzard!). As always, we worked diligently each month to bring our customers new and exciting content.
We’re excited to announce the release of the new edition of National Survey of State Laws! The 9th edition includes an additional 120 pages and three years of updates for every chapter. It also has four new chapters.
We are proud to announce that HeinOnline is officially a KBART-endorsed vendor! KBART, or “Knowledge Bases and Related Tools,” helps ensure that all correct data is in place for HeinOnline content to be accessible and discoverable in libraries.
After three long and lonely years, we at the Hein Company were SO thrilled that AALL’s Annual Meeting & Conference was in-person for the first time since 2019. In this post, we’ll dive into what we were up to during our stay in Denver, CO!
We are proud to announce that the Bremer-Kovacs Collection: Historic Documents Related to the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946 has received the 2022 Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award from the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).
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.
We don’t know about you, but we’re feeling 22. Yes, that’s right, this month HeinOnline turns 22 (in 2022)! Not only is it our birthday, but we have another reason to celebrate: we have surpassed more than 200 million pages.
Even though 2021 brought year two of the pandemic, it also brought reunions with loved ones. Travel slowly picked back up, masks came off, and TikTok kept us entertained. Let’s take a look back at some events that happened in the past 12 months.