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Jenkins is excited to announce the addition of a new legal research database, vLex . With vLex, Jenkins members can now remotely access a comprehensive database of international legal materials. vLex coverage spans over 100 countries and includes collections of case law, legislation, dockets,...

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Are you looking for an executive order issued by a Philadelphia mayor? Try searching the executive orders available from the Office of the Mayor on . The website provides access to mayoral executive orders from 1952 to present. Users can search by keyword across all mayors or use the...
Happy Birthday to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court! The Pennsylvania Supreme Court was established in 1722 through the Judiciary Act and is celebrating its 300th anniversary. This Court is not only the highest court in Pennsylvania, but also the oldest appellate court in the country. To commemorate...
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Congressional hearings are "held by standing and special committees of the House and Senate to investigate various issues of concern, and also to elicit views on proposed legislation from interested persons or groups, executive branch personnel, or other legislators" Kent. C. Olson et al.,...