Wednesday, December 05, 2007

HeinOnline Offers Help 

HeinOnline, one of the law schools legal databases, now offers live help through the "Help" button found in the upper right hand corner, on the welcome screen, and in the technical and training sections of the home page.

HeinOnline offers access to full text of hundreds of recent and older legal periodicals, English Reports, Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register, U.S. Treaties, Statutes at Large, Congressional Record, U.S. Attorney General opinions, U.S. Supreme Court cases, and state session laws.

Law students and faculty can access Hein from on campus or off-campus using the proxy server (you will be prompted to enter your name and i.d. number). Access to Hein is available to Suffolk Law alumni at the law library. Another option to access Hein is through the Massachusetts Trial Court Libraries. You will need a Trial Court Law Libraries Card to access this database remotely.

Source: WisBlawg

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