Hein Online Updated
Many law school users are already familiar with Hein Online and some of its collections, such as the law journal library, the Federal Register library, and the U. S. Congressional documents library. But you may not know that Hein has recently added several valuable resources to its collection. As with all resources on Hein, all documents are scanned images of the originals and are keyword searchable:
- United States Code - Complete coverage of the official U. S. Code, from its inception in 1925 to the current edition. You can browse by edition or by individual title. You can also retrieve a particular code section by citation, and the entire database is fully searchable.
- National Moot Court Competition - The records, briefs, and related organizational materials from the national competition sponsored by the Young Lawyers Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the American College of Trial Lawyers. Coverage goes back to the first competition in 1950.
- American Association of Law Schools (AALS) - This library includes the AALS Directory of Law Teachers, from 1922 to the present. The directory provides an alphabetical list, along with brief bios, of American teachers, as well as a list of teachers by subject specialty. It also includes lists of Admissions, Alumni Affairs, Development, Placement, and Academic Affairs Personnel, as well as a list of Canadian teachers. The library also includes the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the AALS, from 1900 to 2004.