December 2018 Newsletter – Major Database Updates

DECEMBER 2018 NEWSLETTER


Table of Contents


  • Updated databases: 52
  • New titles: 2,383
  • New volumes: 3,297
  • New pages added last month: 826,149
  • Total pages in HeinOnline: 165,775,893

SESSION LAWS LIBRARY

South Carolina is Now Indexed Back to Inception

The Session Laws Library currently provides indexing for all 50 states to the chapter or act level back to the year 2000. In April of 2017, we began indexing individual states from the year 2000 back to inception—beginning with the most accessed states first.

The following states have been fully indexed back to inception thus far:

  1. California (1849-2017)
  2. Florida (1822-2017)
  3. Georgia (1735-2017)
  4. Illinois (1809-2016)
  5. Indiana (1801-2017)
  6. Louisiana (1804-2016)
  7. Maryland (1692-2018)
  8. Massachusetts (1661-2015)
  9. Minnesota (1850-2017)
  10. Mississippi (1799-2017)
  11. New York (1691-2017)
  12. Ohio (1788-2016)
  13. Pennsylvania (1700-2015)
  14. South Carolina (1694-2017)
  15. Texas (1836-2017)

USING THE INDEXING FOR QUICKER RESEARCH


To quickly retrieve a chapter, act, or page, use the Session Laws Quick Locator tool that can be found either on the Session Laws Library homepage or within a particular state. Simply select the state and plug in the year and chapter/act information to retrieve the document.

This tool will take users to the exact page where the chapter begins.


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FOREIGN & INTERNATIONAL LAW RESOURCES DATABASE


NEW SUBCOLLECTION: International Human Rights Law Institute


HeinOnline is proud to partner with the International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI) to enhance your subscription to the Foreign & International Law Resources Database. A brand-new subcollection featuring publications from the IHRLI is now available!

This essential organization is committed to protecting the human rights of all people on a global level and educating future legal professionals about the means and methods of doing so. IHRLI meets this commitment through the implementation of innovative human rights projects around the world and through the offering of a wide range of opportunities to study international human rights law, international criminal law, and international humanitarian law.

This new HeinOnline subcollection, which is Part VII of the Foreign & International Law Resources Database, contains dozens of titles, including:

  • Compilation of Legislative Laws and Regulations of Select Arab Legal Systems
  • Demand Dynamics: The Forces of Demand in Global Sex Trafficking
  • International Extradition: United States Law and Practice
  • International Instruments on Human Rights
  • Legal Terminology Glossary
  • Public Freedoms and Democracy
  • Report on the Yugoslavia War Crimes Database Project
  • Many more!

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