NEW BOOK: Drones: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Unprecedented work on drones and their rapidly growing technology
  • Easy-to-follow research guide covering primary and secondary resources
  • Abundant research material that details the use of drones and how to locate specific laws, regulations, and federal and state agencies that govern them
  • Perfect for students, lawyers, and any citizen researching all matters regarding drones, including their usage and restrictions

About This Title

Drones have garnered recent global headlines, yet these unmanned aircraft (UA), also known as unmanned aircraft vehicles (UAVs),

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Author Spotlight: Ashley Krenelka Chase

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale Breanne Callahan

This week we are featuring a guest post by Ashley Krenelka Chase, author of the critically acclaimed title Millennial Leadership in Libraries. Place an order for this title by December 16, 2019 and receive $10.00 off!

About Ashley Krenelka Chase

I’m a millennial (technically the Oregon Trail Generation [or Xennial]), which is probably obvious from my work on Millennial Leadership in Libraries, which I was fortunate enough to have published by Hein in 2018.

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Food and Drug Law, Tenth Edition

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  • The only timely and comprehensive book covering food and drug law
  • Go-to resource for these topics
  • Practical road map for a complex area of law
  • All-in-one source

About This Title

Food and Drug Law: Federal Regulation of Drugs, Biologics, Medical Devices, Foods, Dietary Supplements, Personal Care, Veterinary and Tobacco Products,

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NEW BOOK: Researching Texas Law, Fourth Edition

New Book, State Law Breanne Callahan

  • New fourth edition coincides with current editions of the Bluebook and Greenbook
  • Instructs readers on the “general rules” of legal research and the many distinctions present in Texas legal authorities
  • Presents a plethora of vital print and online resources
  • Perfect for those studying, practicing, or engaging in Texas law and legal research

About the Fourth Edition

This practical manual covers not only traditional areas of legal research (such as cases, court rules, statutes, and regulations),

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Author Spotlight: Carol A Fichtelman, Esq.

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This week we are featuring a guest post by Carol A. Fichtelman, author of the top-selling title Right to be Forgotten: A Legal Research Guide.

About the Author

Carol A. Fichtelman, Esq.

I always wanted to be a writer. As a kid, I wrote “my little stories” about this and that. Stories I later learned were called mainstream. I also wrote science fiction, a genre I really love, yet I never desired to have my “babies” published.

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A Higher Law: Readings on the Influence of Christian Thought in Anglo-American Law, Third Edition

New Book, Religion/Theology and the Law Breanne Callahan

  • Develop a deep understanding of the Christian influence on American law
  • Become familiar with the most important legal thinkers and philosophies that have shaped American law today
  • Updated readings and expanded chapters allow readers to apply various legal philosophies to important cultural trends and pressing issues of the day
  • Perfect for pre-law and law students, or any lawyer with an interest in legal philosophy and rights issues

About This Title

This third edition continues to further the quest to look beyond legal rules and institutions to the legal philosophies that shaped them.

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Inventory Reduction Sale!

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Don’t miss your chance to stock your library with these
great titles at a steal! Get ’em while they last!



Trilateral Perspectives on International Legal Issues:
Conflicts and Coherence

  • Explores the theme of conflict and coherence between systems of international and domestic laws in five issue areas
    • The domestic application of international law
    • A multilateral judgments convention
    • Peace and security
    • Trade,

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Trade Secrets: A Legal Research Guide, 2nd ed.

Legal Research Guides, New Book Skyler Hein

  • First and only research guide of its kind!
  • New edition includes additional, extensive, and well-rounded treatises,
    covering all applicable research resources
  • Must-have guide for all academic law firms and business libraries dealing with trade secrets
  • Ground-breaking model for a new generation of legal research books which guide the teaching and understanding of trade secrets law

About This Title

The topic of trade secrets is an area of law growing in importance to legal and business professionals.

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Author Spotlight: David Brian Holt and Dana Neacsu

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale Breanne Callahan

This week we are featuring a guest post by David Brian Holt and Dana Neacsu. Holt and Neacsu are the mastermind authors behind best-selling title Sexual Orientation, Gender Identities, and the Law: A Research Bibliography 2006-2016.

About the Project

Sexual Orientation, Gender Identities and the Law: A Research Bibliography (Hein, 2018) has a storied history and is itself a piece of LGBT legal history. It began as a pamphlet distributed at the AALL Annual Meeting back in the early 1980s. This was a time when many law librarians were forced to remain closeted at their libraries as they were at risk of being fired for their sexual orientation.

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Confidence in the Courtroom: Understanding the Federal Rules of Evidence

Book Sale Breanne Callahan



  • A concise and practical guide to the Federal Rules of Evidence used in trials
  • Learn useful tools to gain confidence in the courtroom and communicate effectively with the judge
  • Discover how to utilize legal reasoning when preparing for a trial
  • Perfect for attorneys, professors, and students!


Confidence in the Courtroom is a practical guide to understanding the federal rules of evidence and how they are applied.

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