Session Laws Update
Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Oklahoma Back to Inception!
This month, we have taken Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, and Oklahoma back to inception in the Sessions Laws Library! With the addition of the back files for these eight states, we now have the complete session laws of 42 U.S. states and the Canadian and Australian Acts of the Parliament, so there are only 8 states left to take back to inception!
HeinOnline's Session Laws Library is the only complete online source of all 50 states, and by October 1 we will have complete coverage for all states available back to inception. After that, we will continue to add new session laws as they are published.
We are pleased to announce we are now offering Digital Ownership of the Session Laws Library by individual state. This means you now have the opportunity to obtain ownership rights to PDF files of the scanned images of all pages of session laws for the state of your choosing. Learn more about HeinOnline's Digital Ownership Program.
"What's New in HeinOnline" Encore Presentation
This webinar will be held Wednesday, September 14 at 2pm EDT. Click here to register.
At AALL in July, we hosted two "What's New in HeinOnline" sessions. This 60 minute webinar will be a recap of what was discussed during these sessions, including everything we've added to HeinOnline throughout this past year and everything we have planned for the upcoming year.
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Notable Titles Added to the Law Journal Library
Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review, Vol. 1 (2011). The Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review is a new publication at the University of Alabama that seeks to examine civil rights and civil liberties issues through the thought and writing of leading 21st century civil rights advocates and scholars. Topics covered include: age, gender, and race discrimination, disability rights, fair housing, voting rights and others.
China Law Review, Vols. 1-10 (1922-1940) All Published. China Law Review was published quarterly by students of the Comparative Law School of China, Law Department of Soochow University.
Duquesne Criminal Law Review, Vols. 1-2 (2009-2010). Founded in 2009, the Duquesne Criminal Law Review is a student run organization which publishes scholarly works semi-annually in an online format. Its goal is to bring a venue to analyze all issues in the field of criminal law.
Human Rights Brief, Vols. 1-18 (1994-2011). The Human Rights Brief is a student-run publication at American University Washington College of Law (WCL). The Brief was founded in 1994 as a publication of the school's Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.
Journal of Law, Vol. 1 (2011). The Journal of Law looks like a conventional law review, but it is really a bundle of small, unconventional law journals, all published together in one volume.
German Journal of Air & Space Law, Vols. 1-57 (1952-2008) Title Varies: as Zeitschrift fur Luft- und Weltraumrecht. German Journal of Air & Space Law is edited in three languages in a quarterly rhythm by the Institute of Air and Space Law at the University of Cologne. The Journal publishes contributions on German an international air traffic law, in international space law as well as legislation, conference reports, judicial decisions on book reviews in these fields.
Federal Trade Commission Court Decisions added
to the US Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals Library
This 16 volume set contains virtually all administrative documents issued by the Commission, including Opinions, Final Orders, Complaints, and Consent Orders that result from negotiated consent agreements, as well as all Initial Decisions issued by Administrative Law Judges in administrative trial proceedings.
89 New Titles Added to Legal Classics
2011 National Moot Court Competition Now Available
Following is a list of notable titles added to the Legal Classics Library:
American and English Encyclopaedia of Law (1887-1896)
American and English Encyclopaedia of Law David S. Garland, et al. Editors (1896-1905)
Cyclopedia of Criminal Law Hascal R. Brill (1922)
Famous Cases of Circumstancial Evidence S. M. Phillips (1879)
Interpretations of Legal History Roscoe Pound (1930)
Law of Evidence in Civil Cases Jones W. Burr (1896)
Law of Wills Executors and Administrators Jame Schouler (1915)
Lex Vadiorum: The Law of Mortgages (1706)
Synopsis of Mercantile Laws Joshua Montefiore (1830)
Where in the World is Hein?
Congratulations to our August Where in the World is Hein Winner:
Santa Clara University School of Law
Roxanne Marmion, Dick Spinelli, Marcie Baranich, Dan Rosati, Shannon Hein, Tim Hooge, Kevin Marmion, Shane Marmion, Scott Fiddler, and Steve Roses were pictured at the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting in Philadelphia!
HeinOnline Trivia Contest
This month, we are introducing a new contest: HeinOnline Trivia,
however we will still occasionally include the traditional "Where in the World is Hein" photo contest.
The New Contest.
Each month, we will post 3 trivia questions in our HeinOnline Newsletter and on our HeinOnline Blog. These trivia questions will range in topic and will sometimes require you to use HeinOnline to find the answer. Following are the September HeinOnline Trivia questions:
1. In 1926 a devastating hurricane hit Florida. What President authorized the use of funds appropriated for something else in order to help farmers in need of aid in the affected areas? Also, what is the Bluebook citation to the page of the law review that this information is found on within HeinOnline?
2. What life changing invention that appeared first in Buffalo impacts many peoples lives year round and even more so in the summer?
3. As of September 1, how many people is HeinOnline following on Twitter?
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