HeinOnline for Government (China)
A research package designed specifically for government entities in China.
A Comprehensive Resource for Chinese Government Agencies
Join the fastest-growing research database in the world and replace existing resources for a fraction of the cost. HeinOnline’s Government Core for China 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 Australian, Canadian, and European legal materials, and a wealth of international government publications.
Among the package’s many databases, access materials relating to foreign and international law, world treaties, international trade materials, documents regarding international relations, resources relating to U.S. immigration law and policy, 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.
Access the complete and historical Acts of the Parliaments of Australia and Canada and the Revised Statutes of Canada in a fully searchable format.
Access hundreds of Australian Law Reform Commission documents related to civil procedure, discrimination, intellectual property, national security, traditional rights, 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.
A collection of materials reflecting congressional concern with the composition and structure of Article III courts, featuring all relevant congressional documents relating to the growth of the judiciary.
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.
Publications from the ECMI, an institute that conducts research and offers advisory services concerning minority-majority relations in Europe.
Comprehensive coverage of the Federal Register, beginning from inception (1936) and updated daily, as well as other executive documents.
An online archive of some of the world’s most essential international law resources, including publications of the American Society of International Law, yearbooks, the Hague Permanent Court of International Justice series, and more.
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.
The third installment of HeinOnline’s Taxation and Economic Reform in America archive, focusing on historical bankruptcy legislation and government documents.
The definitive documented history of both successful and unsuccessful Supreme Court nominations through that of Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
A comprehensive database of historical and current documents on immigration law and policy, including hearings, reports, decisions, and several-immigration related acts and legislative histories.
Digital access to the complete run of the Israel Law Reports, including more than 220 cases, and the Israel Law Review from inception to current.
A fully digitized collection of books showcasing the development, enactment, and impact of the rule of law in Eastern Europe.
Access to the full text of all Model Acts drafted, recommended, or endorsed by the National Conference of Commissions on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL), as well as other publications.
The 8th edition of the must-have guide for state-by-state law comparison, available in both database and print format.
Digital access to the records and briefs from the New York Court of Appeals Records and Briefs, dating all the way back to inception.
Reports, handbooks, briefing papers, and more exploring and advocating on issues of human rights and justice.
A publication providing comprehensive expert analysis of all cases granted certiorari before the Supreme Court prior to the arguments, courtesy of the American Bar Association.
A compilation of all federal laws of Canada passed by the parliament since Confederation, including the periodic consolidation of the Statutes of Canada.
A collection including the Stair Society Main (Annual) Series consisting of all volumes from 1936 to present, volumes 1-3 of the Stair Society Supplementary Series, as well as books, abridgments, and links to scholarly articles discussing Scottish law.
Contains the session laws of all 50 U.S. states as well as Canada, Australia, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and the D.C. Register.
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.
Access to the State Attorney General reports and opinions for all fifty states, as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
The most detailed and up-to-date state report checklist currently available, along with linking to the full text of historical state reports.
Featuring superseded state statutes for all fifty states, providing an avenue to understanding the creation of historical statutes and including coverage back until 1717.
Featuring bibliographic records from Cheryl Nyberg’s Subject Compilations of State Laws series. This resource aids researchers in identifying thousands of articles, books, government documents, looseleaf services, and more that compare state laws on hundreds of subjects.
Convenient access to the complete archive of the Tax Foundation’s publications from 1937 to date, containing information on taxation, fiscal policy, finance, and more.
A digital historical archive bringing together more than 300 years of American taxation and economic legislation.
An online database offering researchers a complete digital international law archive of major United Nations legal publications.
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.
The complete Congressional Record bound volume set from its inception, plus its three predecessor titles, congressional hearings, and more.
A complete collection of the official case law (known as decision law) of some of the most important government institutions in the United States.
Thousands of legislative histories on major public laws, compiled by the GAO, Arnold and Porter, Covington and Burling, and others. Learn More
An online collection bringing together current and historical content of U.S. international trade, including USITC publications, legislative histories, notable publications, scholarly articles, and much more.
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.
Constitutional and government documents from every country currently in existence, as well as thousands of related classic books and articles.
A monumental database bringing together works from Rohn, Dumont, Wiktor, and Martens to create the richest collection of world treaties ever available, spanning from 1648 to the present.