New E-Resource Trials: HeinOnline Law titles   [27/03/18]

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The Library's subject teams regularly trial the latest databases & e-resources to support your studies. The Library currently has a number of HeinOnline law e-resources on trial via the EBSCO platform. The following are available:

HeinOnline Code of Federal Regulations
The codification of the general and permanent rules and regulations published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the US federal government. [Give feedback on trial]

HeinOnline Federal Register
Contains the full text of several federal publications regarding agency rules and regulations most notably the Federal Register, the daily publication of the US federal government for agency rules, proposed rules, public notices and Presidential documents since 1936. [Give feedback on trial]

HeinOnline Legal Classics
Contains the full text of 9000+ works comprising classics in legal history and many rare items from two collections (all titles and History of Remedies). Noted legal minds include Joseph Story, Jeremy Bentham, William Blackstone, William Holdsworth, Henry Maine, Frederic William Maitland, Frederick Pollock, Benjamin E. Cardozo, and many more. Content includes titles from the late 16th century through the 21st century browseable by title, author, subject and date. [Give feedback on trial]

HeinOnline US Congressional Documents
Comprises 10 collections of current and historical documents issued by the U.S. Congress, most notably the Congressional Record and its three predecessor titles. [Give feedback on trial]

HeinOnline World Constitutions Illustrated
Comprises current constitutions for 190+ countries worldwide in original language format and an English translation. It also includes thousands of classic books on constitutions, constitutional history and jurisprudence, and political and economic history. Over a dozen legal periodicals are included, covering constitutional law. [Give feedback on trial]

Your feedback on any of these trials is appreciated.
Trials end: 30/04/18.

 

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