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It's Customer Appreciation Week!

Customer Appreciation week started yesterday and runs through Friday, November 4, 2011 and will feature daily blog posts on both Hein & HeinOnline Blogs, HeinOnline Webinars, and Special Twitter & Facebook Promotions all week! Click here to learn more.

We also have a lot of exciting news this month! Two new collections are now available in HeinOnline: Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals and American Indian Law Collection, and our HeinOnline iPad/iPhone app is available to download. Be sure see below for more information.

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Marcie Baranich
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October Content Release


Below is a snapshot of the October Content Release:

  • 27 Libraries updated
  • 13 new titles added and 170 titles updated in the Law Journal Library
  • 19 titles updated in the Bar Journals Library
  • 85 new titles added to the Legal Classics Library
  • 59 new titles added to Spinelli's Law Librarian's Reference Shelf
  • 24 states updated in the Session Laws Library, including Territorial Laws for Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, and South Carolina
  • 27 new titles added to Taxation & Economic Reform in America, Parts I & II
  • 9 new titles added to History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part III
  • 86 new titles added to History of International Law Collection
  • 68 new titles added to World Constitutions Illustrated
  • 35 new titles added to World Trials
  • 7 new titles added to the Intellectual Property Law Collection
  • 29 new titles added to United Nations Law Collection
  • Volumes 338, 344, 347, and 349 added to Hague Academy Collected Courses Online
 


Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals - Now Available!


In conjunction with the American Association of Law Libraries and the Berkeley Law School at the University of California, HeinOnline is pleased to introduce the availability of the Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP).

The Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals (IFLP) is the preeminent multilingual index to articles and book reviews appearing in more than 500 legal journals published worldwide.

Click here to view a complete brochure for this collection.

Stay tuned for a detailed email announcement about this new collection available from HeinOnline.


American Indian Law Collection - Now Available!


More than 700 titles and 750,000 pages
related to American Indian Law!

 
HeinOnline is excited to announce the release of its newest library, the American Indian Law Collection. With more than 700 unique titles and 750,000 pages dedicated to American Indian Law, this collection includes an expansive archive of treaties, federal statutes and regulations, federal case law, tribal codes, constitutions, and jurisprudence. This library also features rare compilations edited by Felix S. Cohen that have never before been accessible online.

Click here to view a brochure for the American Indian Law Collection,
or click here to view a list of content included.
 



In this Issue:

October Content Release

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals - Now Available

American Indian Law Collection - Now Available

HeinOnline App - Now Available

Webinar

International Journal of the Jurisprudence of the Family

Highlights

HeinOnline Trivia

Contact Us


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Have you heard? HeinOnline has an App!


We’re pleased to announce our HeinOnline iPad/iPhone App is now available to download!

View the image-based PDFs, access content by citation, browse by volume, navigate a volume with the electronic table of contents, and use full advanced searching techniques. HeinOnline account/authentication is required.
 

HeinOnline's App has been a topic of conversation around the law library blogs! Here is an excerpt from a post featured on Slaw, titled New HeinOnline App:

"Browsing by law journal title and volume is easy to do. At that stage, there is an option of viewing the table of contents for the particular volume...When viewing the articles in PDF, it is easy enough to expand the text or slide from page to page."


 

Upcoming Webinar


"Tim's Tricks" - The Top Ten Tricks for Using HeinOnline
Presented by HeinOnline’s Support Guru: Tim Hooge
 
This webinar is held in two fifteen minute sessions. Part I was held Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 10:30am. Please stay tuned to the HeinOnline Wiki, where we will post a link to view the archived recording and a PDF guide of the webinar. Part II will be held:

Each webinar will highlight five of Tim’s tricks for searching and navigating HeinOnline! Click on the link above to register for Part II, or click here for more information about the webinars.

Can’t attend? Both webinars will be added to our webinar archive on our HeinOnline Wiki. Each presentation will be made available within a few days after the live session. If you have any questions, please contact us at marketing@wshein.com.

Did you miss "New Enhancements to HeinOnline &
Subject Searching in the Law Journal Library"?

To view an archived recording of the "New Enhancements to HeinOnline & Subject Searching in the Law Journal Library" Webinar that was held on Wednesday, October 19, use the following links:

View an archived recording using the GoToWebinar platform

View Flash Video

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International Journal of Jurisprudence of the Family -
Introducing the Current Subscription Model


Exclusively available from Hein!

The International Journal of Jurisprudence of the Family is the first journal available in HeinOnline's Current Online Subscription Model and was established to foster scholarly works relating to the foundations of family life and family law. It aims to contribute to an appreciation of the contributions made by families to the flourishing of individuals and of societies.

What is the Current Subscription Model? The current online subscription model provides online access to each new article as soon as it becomes available. Online access also includes all historical volumes, making the entire archive fully searchable in an online format. PLUS, we will provide access to exclusive material not found in the bound volumes such as classic books, bibliographies of works, and links to other material of interest all related to the international jurisprudence of the family. Access to the exclusive material is still in development and will be added soon. Learn more>>


Highlights


Notable Titles Added to the Law Journal Library

Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Vol. 1 (2010-2011).  The Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (AJELP) is a student-run online publication that examines environmental issues from legal, scientific, economic, and public policy perspectives. AJELP creates an engaging, responsive, and interactive platform where pertinent environmental law and policy issues can be discussed.

European Law Reports, Vols. 1-9 (1997-2005). The European Law Reports contain the most important judgments involving issues of European Union law decided by national courts and tribunals in the UK and Ireland. These cases represent a crucial body of law in a wide range of commercial and public law matters, which no one practicing in any field where EU law arises can afford to be without. It is particularly strong in competition cases.

Glendale Law Review, Vols. 1-21 (1976-2008). The Glendale Law Review is a scholarly journal managed by law school faculty and upper division students of Glendale University.

Reynolds Courts & Media Law Journal, Vol. 1 (2011). The Reynolds Courts & Media Law Journal, a new publication of the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Courts and Media, focuses on the interaction between the courts and the media, including the conflicting values of the First Amendment right to freedom of the press and the Sixth Amendment right to fair trials.

Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy, Vol. 1 (2011). The Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy is based on the core principle that the law has an unparalleled capacity to improve our society. The law gives us an opportunity to effectuate change that we, in the legal community, do not utilize often enough. In part, the goal of the Journal is to create a learning experience for our students. To a much greater extent, the Journal is a blank slate, through which our staff and our advisors can help shape the policies that shape our communities.


New Series Added to Spinelli's Law Librarian's Reference Shelf

We've added Hein's Checklist of Statutes and our Legal Research Guide Series to Spinelli's Law Librarian's Reference Shelf. Hein's Checklist of Statutes is a unique bibliography of state and territorial statutory compilations which provides libraries with a checklist which can be used for verifying the completeness of current statutory holdings. The Legal Research Guide Series are a series of short guides that provide an annotated starting point for someone interested in finding more information on a particular topic in legal research.
Not subscribed to Spinelli's Law Librarian's Reference Shelf? Click here to view a complete brochure.


3 New Articles Available in Volume 21
of Trends in Law Library Management & Technology

Institutional Repositories: A Plethora of Possibilities by Carol A. Watson and James M. Donovan. Increasingly academic law libraries have implemented institutional repositories. This article provides a brief history of repositories and discusses why law libraries should consider establishing them.  A description of resources for developing them and examples of the types of materials typically collected in a repository are also included.

Library without Walls - A Year Later by Patricia A. Cervenka. The Law Library at the Marquette University School of Law has been a library without walls since the summer of 2010. This article describes how this unusual physical layout has impacted service points, library services in general and the physical arrangement of the collection itself.

Building a Digital Archive: The William & Mary School Scholarship Repository by Lauren Seney. In July of 2010 the William & Mary Law School “broke ground” on a digital repository.  Six months later, this repository contained more than 5,000 items across eleven collections.  One of the benefits of this project is that there are now templates in place so that additional collections can easily be added to the original digital archive. 

 
Polish Yearbook of International Law added to FILRD

We have added the Polish Yearbook of International Law Vols. 1-29 (1966-2009) to HeinOnline's Foreign & International Law Resources Database. Articles in the field of public international law, European law and private international law are all included.

Not subscribed to this a-la-carte library? Click here to view a complete brochure.

 
Bush Tax Cut Extension Added to Taxation & Economic
Reform in America, Parts I & II

Bush Tax Cut Extension: A Legislative History of the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 2010 is now available in HeinOnline's Taxation & Economic Reform in America, Parts I & II. This Act was passed by the United States Congress on December 16, 2010 and signed into law by President Obama. The Act centers on a two-year extension of the provisions of the Bush Tax Cuts.

Not subscribed to this a-la-carte library? Click here to view a complete brochure.
 

HeinOnline Trivia Contest


Congratulations to our October Trivia Contest winner:

Joseph Mitzenmacher
Loyola Law Library

Joseph submitted the correct answer to the following question:

What U.S. Representative from New York used to be a former star quarterback for the Buffalo Bills? What is the page and journal citation this information is found on in HeinOnline's Law Journal Library?

answer: Jack Kemp - 7 Seton Hall J. Sport L. 350 (1997)
 

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