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Spooky season has officially arrived. But don’t worry, HeinOnline is here to bring you treats, not tricks. This month’s update includes nearly 700,000 pages of new content, a brand-new database, tips and tricks, and a scary good true crime story.
With the September content release, we added 13 new journals, 23 which are active serials and one of which is a Springer titles to round out our recent agreement with this esteemed publisher. Keep reading to learn all about these publications.
You probably know that HeinOnline contains thousands of multidisciplinary periodicals, essential government documents, international resources, and case law. But did you know it also contains tens of thousands of classic treatises and rare books?
We’ve expanded the already-extensive New York Legal Research Library! All subscriptions to this unique database now contain two new subcollections: State Constitutions of New York and New York Prestatehood Legal Research Materials.
Summer is winding down and a new school year is ramping up—so it’s the perfect time to talk about all of the new content in HeinOnline. Put down your backpack and get out your highlighter, because this content release is getting an A+ from us!
With the August content release, we added 10 new journals, nine of which are active serials and four of which are from our agreement with Springer.
Native Nations Law & Policy Center Publications Added to Indigenous Peoples of the Americas Database
We are pleased to announce that we’ve added two important publications from the Native Nations Law & Policy Center to the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: History, Culture & Law database.
Your midsummer’s research just got a whole lot better, because we’ve got lots of new additions within our databases this month. It’s as refreshing as a dip in the pool on a hot, humid day. Keep reading our July 2022 content release to check it out!
In July we added 15 new journals, 14 of which are active serials and 10 of which are from our recent agreement with Springer. These new journals cover subjects including gender and the law, criminology, health, human rights law, and more!