Academic Core (Canada)
A research package designed specifically for law schools in Canada.
A Comprehensive Resource for Any Canadian Law School
Join the fastest-growing research database in the world and replace existing resources for a fraction of the cost. HeinOnline’s Academic Core for Canada is an entire digital library containing the full text of more than 3,000 law and law-related journals, access to U.S. federal and state case law, thousands of classic legal treatises, and a wealth of government publications.
Among the package’s many databases, access the Provincial Statutes of Canada, Revised Statutes of Canada, Canada Supreme Courts, and more—all are exact replicas of the original print publications and all are fully searchable.
Included in the Package
A collection of more than 3,000 online academic journals, each dating back to inception and extending through the most current issue available.
With this digital collection, access all historical and current Acts of the Parliaments of Canada in an online, fully-searchable format.
Featuring more than 90,000 pages of AALL publications such as AALL Spectrum, American Association of Law Libraries Newsletter, American Association of Law Libraries President’s Newsletter, and more.
Containing nearly 185,000 pages of AALS publications such as: AALS Directory of Law Teachers, AALS Handbook, and more.
The official bilingual series of the Supreme Court Reports of Canada, beginning with the first volume published in 1876 and including nearly 10,000 cases.
Study the expansion of civil rights in America through government publications, legislation, supreme court briefs, and more.
A fully-searchable digital version of the Code of Federal Regulations, comprehensive in coverage and featuring unique locator tools to enable easy access.
Government reports and articles demonstrating how COVID-19 and other pandemics have impacted public health, economics, society, and the world.
A historical overview of these two ever-changing disciplines, including periodicals, rare pamphlets, memoirs, books, hearings, and more.
A robust online archive ideal for the researcher interested in American legal history. Contains cases from the late 1700s through the 1920s.
The original bound reprint of The English Reports, a collection of judgments of the higher English Courts between 1220 and 1866.
Publications from the ECMI, an institute that conducts research and offers advisory services concerning minority-majority relations in Europe.
The full text of state and federal case law, with inline hyperlinking, negative treatment indicators, citation lookup tools, and more.
Comprehensive coverage of the Federal Register, beginning from inception (1936) and updated daily, as well as other executive documents.
The official documentary historical record of major U.S. foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity dating back to 1861.
Nearly one thousand titles dealing with the difficult and important topic of gun regulation, including periodicals, legislative histories, hearings, and more.
Containing the International Committees’ reports and a record of the discussions at the Conference working sessions, together with the adopted resolutions.
Nearly 20,000 works from some of the greatest legal minds in history, including rare items found in only a handful of libraries around the world.
This manual is published to provide U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) examiners, applicants, attorneys, agents, and representatives of applicants with a reference work on the practices and procedures relative to the prosecution of patent applications before the USPTO.
The Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory has long been a reliable source of information on law firms, banks, and real estate offices in every United States city for lawyers, bankers, merchants, manufacturers and others.
A highly regarded series from the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, featuring scholarly works from leading political and legal theorists.
Reports, handbooks, briefing papers, and more exploring and advocating on issues of human rights and justice.
A United States Department of Defense history of the country’s political and military involvement in Vietnam from 1945 to 1967.
Containing the provincial statutes for all ten Canadian provinces, as well as public and private acts passed by Canadian provincial governments.
A compilation of all federal laws of Canada passed by the parliament since Confederation, including the periodic consolidation of the Statutes of Canada.
A multitude of essential legal materials on slavery in the U.S. and elsewhere, including every federal, state, and colony statute and all reported relevant cases.
An authoritative collection of Acts of the Parliament of England from the earliest times to the Union of the Parliaments in 1707, and Acts of the Parliament of Great Britain passed up to the death of Queen Anne in 1714.
A single source for the entire archive (and current material) of the U.S. Code, the codification of the general and permanent laws of the United States.
Thousands of legislative histories on major public laws, compiled by the GAO, Arnold and Porter, Covington and Burling, and others.
A primary source for locating presidential documents, including speeches, messages, papers, select hearings, reports, and more.
A variety of documents that are both contemporaneous as well as asynchronous with the four U.S. presidents affected by the impeachment process.
The official source for every law (public and private) ever enacted by Congress in digital format, as well as pre-1948 treaties and international agreements.
Complete coverage of the official U.S. Reports, providing access to all U.S. Supreme Court cases, as well as slip opinions and preliminary prints.
A collection of all U.S. treaties in existence, including those in force and expired, as well as thousands of unpublished treaties and agreements.
Books, biographies, and periodicals dedicated to the role of women in society and the progression of women’s rights over the past several centuries.