We are committed to regularly increasing the value of a HeinOnline subscription. Each month, we add hundreds of thousands of pages of new content to existing collections. We also strive to improve our users' legal research experience by enhancing existing features and developing new tools. Here's a summary of major content included in the January release:
- Nearly all articles from the Japanese Yearbook of International Law are now available (this title was previously indexing-only)
- The embargo on Food and Drug Law Journal has been removed.
- Jus Gentium: Journal of International Legal History, published by our friends at Lawbook Exchange, is now available in HeinOnline's user-friendly platform.
- The full run of Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal, published by Chicago-Kent School of Law, has been added.
- Two journals indexed in Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals are now also available in HeinOnline: Yearbook on International Arbitration and Annales Universitatis Scientiarrum Budapestinensis de Rolando Eotvos Nominatae: Sectio Iuridica.
- 10 new law journals
- 100 titles in Legal Classics
- 21 new compiled federal legislative histories
- 599 hearings, 104 Committee Prints, and 43 CRS Reports in U.S. Congressional Documents
- 13 new constitutional documents in World Constitutions Illustrated
- 21 new documents in World Trials Library
- 240,000 pages of state reports
In addition, two enhancements were made to the HeinOnline interface. Citations from the U.S. Code will now light up as inline hyperlinks:
Clicking any of the results will produce that title and section in various editions of the U.S. Code: