We are once again very excited to tell you about what's new with HeinOnline! This month we have added over 1,000,000 pages of significant legal and research material. With this release, HeinOnline now contains over 30,000,000 pages!
Take some time to look through our Content Release and learn how HeinOnline is expanding legal research every day! This month's release includes the following NEW content:
Foreign Relations of the United States Library - New This Month!
- 5 Law Journal titles
- 20 titles added to the Legal Classics Library
- 111 titles added to the World Trials Library
Click here for a detailed list of new titles and content updates this month
This month we are excited about the release of our newest collection, Foreign Relations of the United States.
- This series presents the official historical record of major U.S. foreign policy decisions and significant diplomatic activity from 1861 to 1975. Produced by the State Department's Office of the Historian, it comprises more than 350 volumes of resourceful historical information. This collection offers researchers a rare glimpse into the history of this great nation's foreign policies and decisions.
- Digital access to the Foreign Relations of the United States is free of charge to those who subscribe to Foreign & International Law Resources Database. The Foreign Relations of the United States collection can also be purchased separately. For pricing information, contact email@example.com
As always, HeinOnline continues to include the best content and the most helpful online tools, in order to keep us the most complete and user-friendly "Modern Link to Legal History." Check out the brief description below of one of the newest features you will soon find in HeinOnline.
U.S. Federal Agency Decisions Library
The U.S. Federal Agency Decisions is a complete collection of the official case law of some of the United States' most important government institutions. Some of the agencies included in this collection are: the Federal Communications Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the Internal Revenue Service and the National Labor Relations Board. Stay tuned for the release of this resourceful collection of government documents.