The law library's subscription to HeinOnline now includes complete coverage of the United States Code back to 1925.
HeinOnline is available from the public computers of the Utah State Law Library. If you are a Utah state employee, you can also access HeinOnline from your desktop at http://www.heinonline.org/HOL/Welcome.
If you have any questions about HeinOnline please contact the State Law Library at 801-238-7990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our HeinOnline subscription includes:
• Law Journal Library of nearly 1200 American, international and non-U.S. legal periodicals. Most journal coverage begins with v.1 and is within a volume of the most current. By comparison, Lexis and Westlaw coverage generally starts in the mid-1980s.
• Treaties and Agreements Library of all U.S. treaties and agreements in force and expired, in addition to explanatory materials.
• Federal Register Library which includes the Federal Register (1936- ), Code of Federal Regulations (1938- ), Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents (1965- ), and U.S. Government Manual (1935- ).
• U.S. Supreme Court Library which includes the U.S. Reports (v.1- ) as well as books and journals about the court.
• U. S. Attorney General Opinions Library which includes the Official Opinions of the Attorneys General of the United States (1791-1982) and the Opinions of the Office of Legal Counsel of the United States Department of Justice (1977-1996).
• U. S. Congressional Documents Library which includes complete coverage of the Congressional Record (1873- ).
• U.S. Federal History Library which provides complete legislative histories of dozens of major federal acts.
• U. S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions and Appeals Library which provides decisions from dozens of federal agencies including Immigration, NLRB, Comptroller General, FCC, NRC, SEC and US Tax Court.
• U.S. Statutes at Large Library which provides complete coverage from v.1, 1789.
• Presidential Library which includes assorted compilations of the papers of the presidents (1896- ), as well as Title 3 of the CFR (1936- ).
• Legal Classics Library which includes hundreds of historical American legal treatises.
All documents are fully searchable PDF images, which include all charts, graphs and photos appearing in the original.