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Contains more than 2,800 law and law-related periodicals. Subjects covered include criminal justice, political science, technology, human rights, and more. Coverage for all journals is from inception and goes through the most currently published issues allowed based on contracts with publishers. About 90% of journals are available through the current issue or volume. Search by article title, author, subject, state or country published, full text, and narrow by date.
The U.S. Congressional Serial Set is considered an essential publication for studying American history. Spanning more than two centuries with more than 17,000 bound volumes, the records in this series include House and Senate documents, House and Senate reports, and much more. The Serial Set began publication in 1817 with the 15th Congress, 1st session.
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This database covers the multitude of ways humans interact with and explore the earthly skies and distant reaches of outer space. Content in this library is separated into Suborbital Space and Orbital Space.
The American Enterprise Institute is a public policy think tank dedicated to defending human dignity, expanding human potential, and building a freer and safer world. A new partnership brings their collection of scholarship to HeinOnline.
Published since 1936, Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP) indexes, by subject heading, the most recent issues of primarily American law journals. Maintained diligently by an experienced team of editors and published weekly, CILP provides timely topical access to more than 650 legal publications organized within 104 relevant subject headings.
NOMOS is the annual yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy. The ASPLP was begun in 1955 by Carl Friedrich to bring together a group of political scientists, philosophers and law scholars interested in exploring legal and political philosophy outside of their home disciplines. The main activity of the society is its annual meeting held on a topic chosen in advance by the ASPLP membership, at which three papersone from each of the participating disciplinesare presented. The society publishes these papers, along with formal commentary and invited additional essays, in the NOMOS volumes.
The Open Society Justice Initiative, part of the Open Society Foundations, was established in 2003 to provide expert legal support for Open Society's broader mission and values through strategic human rights litigation and other legal work.