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Dear Valued Customer,

AALL is less than 1 month away!
 
We're looking forward to the AALL Annual Meeting and hope to see you there! Be sure to check out our AALL Update below to see everything we have planned. Please note:  we have modified our booth demo schedule slightly to include two sessions presented by Joni Cassidy from Cassidy Cataloguing.

This month, we took five additional states back to inception in the Session Laws Library, and we're excited to announce we will have all states available back to inception by October 1, 2011! We've also added a new enhancement that allows a more detailed view of a volume at the browsing level, that you'll want to check out below.

We hope you are having a great summer!

Regards,

Marcie Baranich
Manager, Marketing
marketing@wshein.com



June Content Release


Below is a snapshot of the June Content Release:

  • 24 Libraries updated
  • 11 new titles added and 235 titles updated in the Law Journal Library
  • 30 titles updated in the Bar Journals Library
  • 59 new titles added to the Legal Classics Library
  • 20 new titles added to United Nations Law Collection, including International Review of Criminal Policy Vols. 1-50 (1951-1999) All Published and United Nations Document Index Vols. 1-24 (1950-1973) All Published
  • 8 states updated in the Session Laws Library, plus 5 additional states back to inception
  • 24 new titles added to Taxation & Economic Reform in America, Parts I & II
  • 11 new titles added to U.S. Congressional Documents Collection
  • 140 new titles added to World Constitutions Illustrated
  • 37 new titles added to World Trials
  • 9 new titles added to History of International Law Collection
  • 4 new titles added to History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America, Part III including 19 volume set: National Bankruptcy Register Reports by William A. Shinn (1874-1879) 
  • 14 new titles added to Intellectual Property Law Collection
 

 

AALL 2011 Update! 



We'll be at booth #617 in Philadelphia!


Below is a snapshot of everything we have planned for AALL:

Celebration of 50 Years
It is the Hein Company's 50th Anniversary! Stop by Booth #617 for your commemorative gift!

Chevy Cruze Giveaway!
We're giving away a Chevy Cruze in honor of our 50th Anniversary. Click here for complete rules and regulations.

"What's New in HeinOnline" Sessions.
We will be holding two formal HeinOnline Update Sessions Monday, July 25 at the following times:

Monday, July 25 at 9:00-10:00am, Room 203B of PCC
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Monday, July 25 at 2:30-3:30pm, Room 203B of PCC

RSVP via Facebook | RSVP via email
 
Come to one of our two training sessions and receive a special gift! Please arrive early as gifts are available while supplies last.
 
Booth Demo Sessions
We will be holding 15-minute demonstration sessions at our booth at various times throughout the Exhibit Hall days. Please note:  we have modified our booth demo schedule slightly to include two sessions presented by Joni Cassidy from Cassidy Cataloguing. Click here for complete schedule.
 
Visit http://home.heinonline.org/aall for complete details. We look forward to seeing you at AALL 2011!



In this Issue:

June Content Release

AALL Update

Session Laws Update

Enhancements

Highlights

Where in the World is Hein?

Contact Us


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Session Laws Update


Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, and Maine Back to Inception!
 
This month, we have taken Arkansas, Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, and Maine back to inception in the Sessions Laws Library! With the addition of the back files for these five states, we now have 28 U.S. states and the Canadian and Australian Acts of the Parliament available back to inception.
 
 
All States Back to Inception by October 1, 2011!
 
HeinOnline's Session Laws Library is the only complete online source of all 50 states from 1940 to date, and by October 1 we will have all states available back to inception. After all states are complete since inception, we will continue to all new session laws as they are published.

Not subscribed to this a-la-carte library? Click here to view a brochure for the Session Laws Library.

 

New Enhancements


Table of Contents Included in Browse Options

When browsing a collection in HeinOnline, you will now be able to view the table of contents of the title from the browsing screen. Before you were taken directly to the title page when you clicked on the volume number, but now when you click this you will see the complete table of contents for that volume. This will allow you to select the article or page you wish to view directly from the browsing screen. See below for an example.

Reorganization of Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals
 
We have restructured U.S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals to present more prominent browse options. From the top of the collection homepage, you can now select to browse by All Titles, U.S. Federal Agency Documents, and GPO Best Sellers. The new browse options also allow you to search these sections separately.
 

Highlights


Notable Titles Added to the Law Journal Library

American University Labor & Employment Law Forum, Vol. 1 (2011). The mission of the Labor & Employment Law Forum is to provide a specific and neutral forum for students, scholars, practitioners and organizations to explore the complex developments of the law governing the workplace. The Forum serves as a medium that highlights emerging developments in labor and employment law and explores the legal issues that arise under this area of law.

Columbia Journal of Race and Law, Vol. 1#1 (2011). The Columbia Journal of Race and Law seeks to publish articles that make a substantive contribution to the current dialogue surrounding issues such as affirmative action, immigration, employment law, community development, criminal law, environmental justice, voting rights, and education. The Journal is committed to publishing articles that inspire new thought, explore new alternatives, and contribute to the current jurisprudence and public policy.

Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review, Vols. 1-7 (2004-2010). The Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review incorporates the Digital Evidence Journal and the e-Signature Law Journal, and brings articles, legal developments and case reports to academics, practitioners and the industry in relation to digital evidence and electronic signatures from across the world, including reports on technical advances and book reviews.

Edinburgh Student Law Review, Vol. 1#1-3 (2009-2010). The Edinburgh Student Law Review is the first of its kind in Scotland. Written entirely by students, it aims to provide a forum for law students to engage in a more analytical approach to the study of law. The primary focus of the review is Scots law, but also can include an international or comparative aspect.

Indigenous Law Bulletin, Vols. 1-7 (1981-2011) Title Varies: Vols. 1-3 (1981-1997) as Aboriginal Law Bulletin. The Indigenous Law Bulletin is a leading journal for accessible, accurate and timely information about Australia's Indigenous peoples and the law. A valuable resource to legal practitioners, advocates, policy-makers and researchers, our content covers emerging legislation, policy, case law, and international developments as well as grass-root activism and the work of Indigenous communities and organizations.

We've also added Chitty's Law Journal and Family Law Review, Vols. 1-49 (1950-2001) All Published and Legal Medical Quarterly, Vols. 1-25 (1977-2001), All Published.

 
Finnish Yearbook of International Law Added to FILRD
 
The Finnish Yearbook of International Law not only publishes Finnish topics, but also publishes articles dealing with all aspects of international law, including international law aspects of European law, with close attention to developments that affect Finland. The Finnish Yearbook publishes in-depth articles and shorter notes, commentaries on current developments, book reviews and relevant overviews of Finland's state practice. While firmly grounded in traditional legal scholarship, it is open for new approaches to international law and for work of an interdisciplinary nature.

Not subscribed to this a-la-carte library? Click here to view a complete brochure for Foreign and International Law Resources Database.
 


Where in the World is Hein?



Congratulations to our June Where in the World is Hein Winner:
 

Dale Barrie
Alberta Law Libraries
 

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