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Jenkins On Your Desktop: ALI Restatement Pocket Parts on HeinOnline

Current pocket parts for the Restatements and Principles of the Law are now available on HeinOnline!

This recent change is the result of a new contract between the American Law Institute and HeinOnline. HeinOnline now has the official text and recent pocket parts for the completed Restatement and Principle projects. Hein also has the drafts, discussions, and revisions of the completed and in-process projects. These and other ALI projects can be found in HeinOnline's American Law Institute Collection. For more information on the American Law Institute Collection on HeinOnline, check out Hein's ALI Collection brochure.

For help accessing the Restatements of the Law in print, on WestlawNext, and on HeinOnline, check out our Restatements and Principles of the Law Resource Guide. The ALI on HeinOnline tab offers browsing and search tips for the American Law Institute Collection on HeinOnline.

For more information on the American Law Institute and its projects, visit www.ali.org.

HeinOnline is a membership database available to most Jenkins members.

Jenkins' members can contact Research Services at 215.574.1505, email research@jenkinslaw.org or chat with us.

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