New HeinOnline Resources Added to the Catalogue


Approximately 3,600 new resources available via HeinOnline have been loaded to the library catalogue as follows:

HeinOnline Core Collection 138 new titles
American Indian Law Collection 7 new titles
Foreign Relations of the U.S. 4 new title
History of International Law 63 new titles
Law Journal Library 35 new titles
U.S. Congressional Documents 2,581 new titles
Women and the Law (Peggy) 773 new titles
World Trials Library 4 new titles

New HeinOnline Resources Added to the Catalogue


Approximately 1,900 new resources available via HeinOnline have been loaded to the library catalogue as follows:

HeinOnline Core Collection 123 new titles
American Indian Law Collection 10 new titles
Foreign Relations of the U.S. 1 new title
History of International Law 46 new titles
Intellectual Property Law Collection 6 new titles
Law Journal Library 31 new titles
U.S. Congressional Documents 1,607 new titles
World Constitutions Illustrated 86 new titles
World Trials Library 20 new titles

Catalogue Records for Making of Modern Law: Foreign Primary Sources

The records for the 675 titles available in the Making of Modern Law: Foreign Primary Sources have been loaded into the law library catalogue.


This collection provides access to historical legal codes, statutes, regulations, and commentaries on codes from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and other countries in northern Europe and the law library has had access to it since the summer of 2013.

Searches made in the library catalogue will now retrieve the individual titles from this collection.

Catalogue Records for Recent LLMC Digital Content

Records representing the 144 titles added to the LLMC Digital database in November and December 2013 have been added to the library catalogue. They will be available tomorrow.

Access to the LLMC Digital database is available here.

“LLMC, a non-profit cooperative of libraries, is dedicated to – and passionate about – its twin goals:
1) Preserving legal titles and government documents, and
2) Making this valuable content accessible and searchable.”

Conference Videos from The Future of Law School

Video recordings of sessions from the Future of Law School conference, which took place September 26-28. 2013, at the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, have been posted.

Keynote speakers included: Gillian K. Hadfield, from the Gould School of Law at the University of Southern California; Richard Susskind billed as an Independent Scholar & Advisor; our own Harry Arthurs whose talk was called “The Future of Legal Education: Three Visions and a Prediction”; and William Henderson, from the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University.

Dean Lorne Sossin also spoke in the Practices panel with a talk entitled, “Experience the Future of Law School.”