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HeinOnline recently introduced a new database that explores the history of legal education in Pennsylvania, specifically as it pertains to The Law Academy of Philadelphia. Edited by Dr. Joel Fishman, the Law Academy Project grew out of a paper Dr. Fishman wrote for the Duquesne History Forum. Among...
If you have recently used HeinOnline, you may have noticed the switch to a single search box. The new search interface allows users to begin their search without first selecting the most relevant search tab (full text, citation, catalog, or case law). Now, a drop-down menu appears when you begin...
Jenkins’ HeinOnline subscription includes access to all of the legal materials published by the University of North Carolina Press . The UNC Press Law Publications collection includes over “400 current and historical titles in full-color image-based PDF format.” The titles cover a wide range of...
HeinOnline recently introduced an enhanced “topic taxonomy” to its Law Journal Library, making searching by topic more “intuitive, discoverable, and user friendly,” according to Hein’s December 28, 2020 blog post . For context, each article in Hein’s Law Journal Library is essentially ‘tagged’ with...
HeinOnline recently added a new search feature that allows users to search multiple selected databases from the HeinOnline homepage. Previously, searching was limited to either a single database or across all databases with the ability to filter results after the initial search. Now users can...
HeinOnline recently added a new database to its large collection of legal content. The new Executive Privilege database is designed to help researchers study the implied power of executive privilege. It contains primary and secondary materials relating to executive privilege, including hundreds of...
Tomorrow, August 26, 2020, marks the 100th anniversary of the certification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which granted women the right to vote. After the amendment was passed in the US House and Senate, Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify it on August 18, 1920. The...
HeinOnline’s State Constitutions Illustrated is an extensive collection of constitutions and related documents from the 50 states of the United States. The database contains nearly 10,000 current and historical documents, including the text of every constitution that has been in force for every...
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The National Survey of State Laws on HeinOnline provides an overview of state laws on a variety of topics. The chart view allows users to make state-by-state comparisons of a number of topics related to business and consumer laws, criminal laws, employment laws, family laws, real estate laws, and...
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HeinOnline recently unveiled some exciting updates for our members. The database History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part III was added to our subscription and the Criminal Justice & Criminology database underwent a complete reorganization and revision. Continue...