World Trials Library
A collection of world trial transcripts and other critical court documents, as well as trial-related resources that analyze and debate the decisions of famous trials.
About the World Trials Library
HeinOnline’s World Trials Library contains nearly 5,000 titles and 2 million pages of trial transcripts and other critical court documents, as well as trial-related resources such as monographs, which analyze and debate the decisions of famous trials. This database also includes biographies of many of the greatest trial lawyers in history and other previously hard-to-obtain historical content, as well as related scholarly articles hosted in various HeinOnline databases. Notable works contained in this database include The Nuremberg Trials, John Lawson’s American State Trials, Howell’s State Trials, and Law Reports of Trials of War Criminals.
Digital content ownership is also available for this database, providing ownership rights to the PDF files of the scanned images of all pages contained within the database through the end of the previous year. Learn more about digital ownership.
A Cooperative Effort from Libraries and Friends Worldwide
With special cooperation from HeinOnline subscribers such as Cornell Law Library, Jenkins Law Library, and the University of Missouri-Columbia Law Library, as well as several antiquarian book sellers, HeinOnline’s World Trials database rivals the holdings of many prestigious libraries around the globe.
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