Law Journal Library
The Law Journal Library is HeinOnline's signature collection of more than 3,000 fully searchable, image-based journals, each dating back to the first issue ever published. This scholarly journals database spans more than 41 million pages and 40 disciplines, bridging a crucial research gap.
An Authoritative Scholarly Journals Database
In both the academic and professional realm, scholarly journals are a go-to resource for original research, in-depth analyses, review articles, and book reviews relating to any subject. To provide easy access to these authoritative sources, HeinOnline has compiled more than 3,000 online scholarly journals in a fully searchable image-based database known as the Law Journal Library. Every document in the library is an exact facsimile of its print counterpart, while still providing the ease and speed that accompanies online searching. To improve the discoverability of relevant content, HeinOnline has incorporated unique artificial intelligence tools and research aids into the database interface.
Though initially named the “Law” Journal Library, this resource has grown from a small collection of law reviews to a multidisciplinary journals database spanning more than 41 million pages. Its coverage is comprehensive, beginning with the first issue ever published, and includes works from 60 different countries, as well as all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The 3,000 journals in the library span more than 40 broad disciplines, including:
Artificial Intelligence Tools
HeinOnline hopes to streamline the research experience by incorporating natural language processing and machine learning tools throughout its scholarly journals database. These tools, powered by artificial intelligence, vastly improve the discoverability of relevant content contained throughout the Law Journal Library.
ScholarCheck: Analyzing the Impact of Online Scholarly Journals
When using scholarly journals and other secondary sources for research, it’s essential to know exactly how authoritative the source is in the content of your field. To assist researchers with this task in its own scholarly journals database, HeinOnline has created ScholarCheck. This series of tools and features determines which articles have had a heavy influence on the subject in question. Learn more.
MyHein: A Power Researcher's Best Friend
MyHein, HeinOnline’s personal research tool, enables anyone with HeinOnline access to bookmark documents, save search queries, and set up electronic table of contents (eTOC) alerts. Set up a MyHein account from anywhere in HeinOnline and use it to streamline research throughout HeinOnline’s 3,000 online scholarly journals.