A research package designed specifically for corporate counsel.
A Comprehensive Resource for Any Corporate Legal Team
We realize in today’s economy, firms and organizations are looking for ways to cut costs. That’s why we’ve tailored a package exclusively for corporate legal departments, featuring only the content relevant to corporate legal counsel at a reduced package rate. With these resources, we can help you keep your legal work internal and your costs down.
HeinOnline’s Corporate Core package 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, and a wealth of government publications. Access complete coverage of the U.S. Statutes at Large, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Congressional Record, 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.
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.
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.
Reports, handbooks, briefing papers, and more exploring and advocating on issues of human rights and justice.
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.
Extensive bibliographic records that identify thousands of articles, books, government documents, looseleaf services, court opinions and Internet sites that compare state laws on hundreds of subjects.
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.