Trial Subscription begins 1/13: HeinOnline

Brookens Library is pleased to announce a trial subscription to HeinOnline, a legal history database. Our official subscription will begin in January 2013.

HeinOnline is a research product with more than 70 million pages of legal history available in an online, fully-searchable, image-based format. HeinOnline bridges the gap in legal history by providing comprehensive coverage from inception of more than 1,500 law and law-related periodicals. In addition to its vast collection of law journals, HeinOnline also contains the Congressional Record Bound volumes in entirety, complete coverage of the U.S. Reports back to 1754, famous world trials dating back to the early 1700’s, legal classics from the 16th to the 20th centuries, the United Nations and League of Nations Treaty Series, all United States Treaties, the Federal Register from inception in 1936, the CFR from inception in 1938, and much more.

Political Science faculty and students may be interested in the U. S. Presidential Library, Foreign Relations of the United States, and World Constitutions Illustrated.

HeinOnline provides exact page images of the documents in PDF format just as they appear in the original print. This means that all charts, graphs, tables, pictures, hand written notes, photographs, and footnotes appear where they belong!   What makes HeinOnline unique aside from its image-based PDF content is its historical value and the availability of titles back to their inception.

Access HeinOnline through the Legal Studies Research Guide

-information acquired from HeinOnline

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