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All of the 3,000+ journals in HeinOnline date back to inception, and 90% include coverage to the current issue or volume with no delay. In addition to hosting many academic journals, we also partner with several publishers to provide commercial content. Due to publishing agreements, a small percentage of journals include an embargo on current volumes. That’s why HeinOnline has partnered with major publishers to offer unlocked content packages for journals that have an embargo on recent issues. Select subscription packages are offered below, so you and your patrons can always access the latest content!

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The Buffalo Environmental Law Journal’s inaugural issue hit the presses in the Spring of 1993 and was originally chartered as a specialty journal focusing on environmental problems affecting the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada. In the intervening years, BELJ has diversified its coverage to include general environmental issues ranging from local land use to comprehensive federal statutes and litigation.

The Journal’s goal is to provide a widely-read and valuable tool for the legal profession with interesting and on-point articles and with accurate and up-to-date comparative information about the most recent publications surrounding environmental law.

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The Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal is a yearly publication dedicated to legal scholarly works which aim to discuss those issues most dear to our liberties and freedoms. Such topics are at the root of the public’s greater good and deserve rigorous intellectual debate.

Published by: State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law

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The Harvard Journal of Law & Technology (JOLT) is an official publication of the Harvard Law School and is published by the School’s students. JOLT receives no funding from the Law School, relying exclusively on subscriptions and sponsor contributions to continually publish articles relating to the most relevant law/technology issues of the day.

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The Immigration and Nationality Law Review (INLR) is a nationally recognized annual journal published by William S. Hein & Co. Created in 1981, the Review was originally a reprint journal, republishing the best law review articles on immigration and nationality as well as legislative summaries and a included limited number of original contributions from immigration scholars. While primarily focused on immigration law, which seeks to define who may enter and reside in a country, the INLR incorporates subject matter well beyond immigration. In particular, the INLR addresses issues of nationality, which considers the formal relationship between a citizen of a nation and the nation itself. Since immigration and nationality work together to delineate citizenship and residency, they play an important part in the ongoing dialogue regarding national identity. Moreover, immigration and nationality frequently implicate issues regarding race, gender and class. For several years, various immigration scholars were responsible for editing the INLR.

In 1998, the INLR moved from the Western New England College of Law to its current home at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. The Review has substantially expanded to include student casenotes, comments, book reviews, and essays. Second and third year law students are responsible for coordinating the production of the Review under the guidance of Emily Houh, the INLR’s faculty advisor.

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The International Journal of Legal Information is the official publication of the International Association of Law Libraries. Publishing three times a year, it seeks to advance the exchange of legal information throughout the world. Under the direction of its international editorial board and advisors, the IJLI serves the global community of law librarians, legal scholars, and practitioners through the publication of original articles, conference papers, bibliographies, book reviews, the International Calendar of conferences and events, and other documents concerning all aspects of law and law-related information.

Published by: Cambridge University Press

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The International Journal of the Jurisprudence of the Family is an academic journal established to foster the publication of scholarly works relating to the foundations of family life and family law. It aims to contribute to an understanding and appreciation of the contributions made by families to the flourishing of individuals and of societies. It will explore the meaning of provisions which protect the family, such as the statement in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that the family is the “natural and fundamental group unit of society.” It will seek to promote a deeper understanding of the principles upon which families are based and of the standards of law and the governmental policies through which family life can be recognized and promoted. It will include scholarly articles which reflect a wide variety of cultures, legal systems, religions, and schools of jurisprudence.

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The Journal of Comparative Law has strong input from numerous colleagues and institutions with expertise in the comparative analysis of law and legal change across a very wide range of jurisdictions and legal cultures and is refereed and published twice a year.

The Journal provides a scholarly resource for the field of comparative legal studies in a broad sense. In order to achieve this aim, it publishes articles on all aspects of comparative law, in all geographical areas of the world, and encourages analytical (rather than purely descriptive) work with a contextual, theoretical and interdisciplinary approach. Due weight is given to the practical aspects of comparative legal studies in a globalised world.

Published by: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

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Judicature is published quarterly (February, May, August and November) by the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies. The journal contains articles by judges, scholars, and practitioners on topics such as law reform, emerging legal issues, case-management techniques, and other matters that pertain to the daily work of a judge.

Published by: Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies

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Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History is the first dedicated journal in the United States addressing the history of international law. Much of modern scholarship on the history of international law is preoccupied not with international law, but with international legal doctrine; the doctrinal writings of remarkably few individuals dominate the discourse while the rest remain unseen or overlooked. This journal will encourage further exploration in the archives, for new materials and confirmation of the accuracy of past uses, but welcoming the continued reassessment of international legal history in all of its dimensions.

Published by: Talbot Publishing an imprint of Lawbook Exchange Ltd.

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LawNow Magazine’s mission is to provide unique insights into changing social conditions by examining and reflecting on life issues from the perspective of the law.

LawNow provides credible legal information, interpretation, and comment to help Canadians make critical decisions in their professional and personal lives; and make meaningful and effective contributions to the democratic life of their community and country.

Published by: Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta

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The Legal Information Review encourages submissions of applied or theoretical work on the intersection of law, librarianship and legal information, including: the theoretical framework for teaching legal research (issues such as information literacy theory, adult learning theory, network theory, or other educational, social science, or psychology theories); information retrieval (both manual and automated systems such as artificial intelligence and law); law and policy (issues such as privacy, copyright, and security); information access issues (such as making legal and government information more accessible to the public, both physically and intellectually); and practice issues (analyses or applications which help lawyers in their day-to-day operations).

Legal Information Review encourages manuscripts with links to author-produced videos, PowerPoints, or other media. Articles will be available in both online and print versions. Submissions can be sent electronically to susan.nevelow.mart@colorado.edu. For information on how to format your paper for blind peer review and to see all of the submission policies for Legal Information Review, go to www.wiselawlibrary.org/LIR/.

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Medicine and Law is an international publication dealing with medico-legal issues. The journal is comprised of original articles, court decisions, and legislation on topics including medical law, forensic medicine, sexology and law, psychiatry and law, psychology and law, dentistry and law, nursing law, pharmaceutical law, medical ethics, clinical criminology, drugs, alcohol, child abuse, medical experimentation, genetic engineering, and many more.

The journal has been published for more than 30 years and includes more than 2,000 articles written by hundreds of experts from around the world. The journal has been listed by the renowned Kennedy Institute of Ethics as a “priority journal”.

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The Oregon Review of International Law (ORIL) is a student-run journal of the University of Oregon School of Law that publishes articles by academics, practitioners, and students that address current legal topics in international law and policy.

Published by: University of Oregon School of Law

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The Review of Banking and Financial Law (RBFL) is the first and one of the country’s leading scholarly banking and financial law journals. It is prepared under the auspices of the Graduate Program in Banking & Financial Law of the Boston University School of Law. Edited by law students, the Review publishes articles written by professors, attorneys and other professionals, as well as student notes and comments. The scope of the Review is broad, covering topics such as banking, securities, financial services, administrative, and general corporate law issues. We welcome scholarly work exploring the general subject matter of financial institutions, including financial products and markets.

Published by: Boston University School of Law

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