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HeinOnline Academic is a multi-faceted online research service that provides full-text primary and secondary sources for:

  • Proceedings and enactments of Congress;
  • Federal and State case law of the United States;
  • Federal government documents from all branches, departments, agencies, commissions, services, etc.;
  • International law and relations;
  • Georgia law and government and their history;
  • Special research collections of government documents, law, and other documentary materials related to important issues.

Highlighted Documents Collections Include:

U.S. Congressional Record U.S. Presidential Library
U.S. Congressional Serial Set U.S. Federal Legislative Histories
The Federal Register U.S. Federal Agency Documents
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) U.S. Treaties and Agreements
U.S. Supreme Court Library Reports of U.S. Presidential Commissions
Foreign Relations of the United States World Constitutions Illustrated
National Survey of State Laws U.S. Code and Statutes


Special Subject Collections Include:

Covid-19 Women and the Law
Criminal Justice and Criminology Gun Rights and Regulation
John F. Kennedy Assassination LGBTQ+ Rights
Religion and the Law Civil Rights and Social Justice.


Major Subjects that can be pursued in depth:

African American studies ethnicity studies immigration political science
business & economics gender studies international relations pre-law studies
criminal justice history Latino studies religious studies
criminology human rights LGBTQ studies women's studies


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