The HeinOnline App for iPhone and iPad

Reference intern Jose Luis Garcia contributed the following post.

If you find yourself referencing HeinOnline often, you will be pleased to hear that you can now use the new HeinOnline app available for both iPhone and iPad. It is a fast, easy, and convenient way to have access to original reference materials on the go!
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New HeinOnline Resource – State Statutes: A Historical Archive

The Harnish Law Library is pleased to announce a new addition to our extensive collection of online legal materials in HeinOnline. State Statutes: A Historical Archive includes over 1,600 volumes of superseded state statutes for all fifty states beginning in 1717. Users can search by title, state, or date to find PDF copies of the original print versions.

To begin using this new resource, visit the Law Library’s Online Databases page and log into HeinOnline using your Wavenet credentials.

Researching Comparative Constitutional Law: HeinOnline’s World Constitutions Illustrated Library

HeinOnline’s World Constitutions Illustrated Library features comparative constitutional materials from around the world. This library compiles these materials in a way that is easy to browse, highly searchable, and extensively cross-referenced.

This library includes actual constitutional texts. It also contains historical and current secondary sources that discuss the constitutional development for every country in its collection.

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New HeinOnline Library: Congress and the Courts

The “Congress and the Courts” library is now part of our HeinOnline subscription. This fantastic new resource features William H. Manz’s Congress and the Courts: A Legislative History 1787-2010, which compiles congressional materials on the formation and structure of the federal government. Other helpful new materials include a comprehensive collection of Federal Judicial Center Publications, related periodicals and scholarly articles, and more. Read more about HeinOnline’s Congress and the Courts