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HeinOnline’s New Database: State Constitutions Illustrated

HeinOnline’s newest database is State Constitutions Illustrated, a collection of the constitutions of the 50 states of the United States along with related documents and resources. It literally contains the text of every constitution that has been in force for every single … Continue reading

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Summer Access to Library Resources

By Stephen Wolfson 1. Bloomberg Law All non-graduating student will have access to Bloomberg Law throughout the summer. You don’t need to do anything to extend your access and you can use Bloomberg Law as normal. Graduating students will have access … Continue reading

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New open crime data portal from City of Atlanta

The City of Atlanta announced today the launch of a new open crime data portal from the Police Department. This searchable database will provide easy access to the most commonly requested Part 1 crime statistics. As new datasets become available, … Continue reading

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Find Case Law in HeinOnline Thanks to Fastcase!

There are now two ways to access case law on HeinOnline via Fastcase: 1. Links in Documents When viewing a document, such as a journal article, in HeinOnline, the federal and state case citations are highlighted in blue, providing direct … Continue reading

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Searching HeinOnline

When you have a specific citation it is easy to use HeinOnline to browse and go straight to your document.  However, did you know that you can also search HeinOnline? This 4 1/2 min. video demonstrates how you can do … Continue reading

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