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HeinOnline is always on the lookout for relevant content to enhance the value of existing databases, and that’s especially true of the Law Journal Library. Back in 2000, this database began with about 25 journals. Today, it contains nearly 2,500 periodicals, all dating back to inception.
We are pleased to announce a partnership with Edward Elgar Publishing! At no additional cost, Edward Elgar’s legal journals are now available in the Law Journal Library with a three-year embargo.
Foodies, this brand-new addition to Rich Leiter’s National Survey of State Laws is for you! Food Laws, the most recent chapter in this incredible resource, focuses on the rapidly growing “slow foods” movement, encouraging consumers to purchase locally produced, in-season foods.
HeinOnline’s American Law Institute Library continues to grow with the addition of Trial Manual 6 for the Defense of Criminal Cases. This widely-used how-to guide for handling criminal court cases was initially published in 1967, and, prior to this recent edition, was last updated in 1988.
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.
You spoke, we listened. Thanks to feedback from a customer survey, we have enhanced our Session Laws Library by indexing all 50 states to the chapter or act level from 2000 to date.
The 1981 and 1988 editions of Indian Tribal Codes: A Microfiche Collection of Indian Tribal Law Codes have recently been added to the American Indian Law Collection. This impressive collection contains nearly 30,000 pages of tribal law.
Criminal Justice in America: U.S. Attorney General Database has Been Expanded, Categorized and Re-Named
In our continued efforts to enhance our users’ research experiences, we often evaluate and add content to existing resources. Occasionally, the nature of the material added warrants content rearrangement or even a new name to appropriately represent the material included.