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HeinOnline’s Women and the Law Collection

In honor of Women’s History Month in March, this month’s featured Law Library resource is the Women and the Law collection in HeinOnline. This unique collection of materials provides a convenient platform for users to research the progression of women’s … Continue reading

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New HeinOnline Database on Slavery in America and the World

By Wendy Moore The new HeinOnline Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law collection brings together essential legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world. This collection includes every statute passed by every colony and … Continue reading

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HeinOnline Provides Access by “Collection Type”

HeinOnline now offers such a variety of collections that the A-Z list has become a bit unwieldy. Hurray for the new arrangement by Collection Type! This option groups like collections together. For example, the numerous Foreign & International Law resources … 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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Happy United Nations Day!

October 24 is United Nations Day – marking the 67th anniversary of the UN Charter going into effect.  In addition to the UN Documents located in the Law Library, members of the Law School community have access to HeinOnline’s United … Continue reading

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HeinOnline Research Guides

HeinOnline has recently released new research guides to assist you with your research on its database.  These are short, easy to use guides that will help you research more effectively.  Take a look at them here!

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