NEW BOOK: Marijuana Law: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A must-have title for any researcher navigating the laws concerning the rapidly changing world of marijuana
  • Provides a state-by-state listing of federal and state legal approaches to legalizing marijuana
  • A comprehensive guide with in-depth exploration of primary and secondary sources, including U.S. Supreme Court cases

About This Title


Marijuana Law: A Legal Research Guide was created to help novice and advanced researchers navigate the rapidly changing laws concerning this trending topic. Included are primary sources which are explored at length, including the federal law controlling marijuana and the federal regulations scheduling it as an illegal drug.

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NEW BOOK: Rebalancing Copyright: Considering Technology’s Impact on Libraries and the Public Interest

AALL Publications Series, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A must-have resource that examines the past and future of copyright
  • Includes in-depth discussion of copyright in relation to libraries, whose missions inevitably dovetail with the public interest aspect of copyright
  • Explores potential copyright reform with an eye toward current and upcoming technological changes
  • Perfect for libraries, universities, policymakers, and individuals interested in copyright issues

About This Title


With each new significant technology advance—photocopiers, videorecorders, the graphical web—copyright owners have pushed courts and legislators to protect their interest over the public’s. Yet,

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Winners of the 2021 Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award!

AALL, Joseph L. Andrews Bibliographic Award Breanne Callahan

William S. Hein & Co., Inc., and HeinOnline are thrilled to announce that not one, not two, but THREE Hein titles have been chosen by AALL to receive the 2021 Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award!

About the Award


The Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award recognizes a significant textual contribution to legal literature. The textual work may be a book, pamphlet, periodical contribution, website, database, or publication in some other format. Nominations for the Andrews Award shall be measured by the creative,

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NEW BOOK: Grandparents’ Visitation Rights: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Provides nearly 20 years of updates to primary and secondary materials on current statutory law and case law
  • A one-of-a-kind tool for researching this important aspect of family law
  • A must-have title for anyone researching or practicing in the area of family law

About This Title


Grandparents’ visitation rights are an important part of family law, with laws passed in every state since 1990. This work is a second edition of M. Kristine Taylor Warren’s Grandparent Visitation Rights: A Legal Research Guide (2001), which provided a useful summary of the statutory law,

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NEW BOOK: Weather and Climate Law: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A one-of-a-kind legal reference guide on primary state and federal weather-related issues
  • A must-have title for all lawyers and laypeople addressing legal matters caused by extreme climate conditions
  • Includes valuable secondary sources related to weather and climate

About This Title


Weather and law. These two matters may appear unrelated, but they’re not. Peoples’ problems caused by weather is where the law comes into play.

Take, for example, extreme hot or cold temperature conditions—the law might forbid eviction or place a moratorium on utility shutoffs for gas,

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NEW BOOK: Millennial Leadership in Law Schools: Essays on Disruption, Innovation, and the Future

New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Explore the role Millennials will play in shaping the future of legal education
  • Gain insight into Millennials’ way of thinking and learn how to mentor and guide them to be successful
  • Perfect for law school administrators, faculty, staff members, and students from all generations

About This Title


This book explores the role Millennials will play—as faculty, administrators, or staff members—in shaping the future of legal education, and what the academy can do to embrace the Millennial generation as colleagues, not students. This book can be used to understand,

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NEW BOOK: Texas Water Law: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book, State Law Breanne Callahan

  • A one-of-a-kind tool for researching print and online sources pertaining to Texas water law.
  • Discover the roles and functions that various government bodies play in regulating Texas water use.
  • A must-have title for all attorneys and students researching Texas environmental laws.

About This Title


Understanding water law in Texas is essential due to the continued decline of available resources and climate change. It is certain that conflicts and litigation over the rights to and usage of water are going to increase in the coming years. This guide introduces researchers to the basic concepts and resources (both print and online) needed to research water law issues in Texas;

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Author Spotlight: Jeffrey A. Brauch

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale Breanne Callahan

Today we are featuring a guest post by Jeffrey A. Brauch, author of the acclaimed title A Higher Law: Readings on the Influence of Christian Thought in Anglo-American Law, 3rd Edition.

Order this title by June 1, 2021, and save $10.00!

About the Author


Jeffrey A. Brauch


Jeff Brauch has served as a professor at Regent University School of Law since 1994. From 2000 to 2015, he served as the law school’s dean.

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NEW BOOK: Grand Juries: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A source for locating essential primary and secondary grand jury materials, including constitutional, statutory, rule references, and more.
  • A comprehensive bibliography including more than 300 new periodical references on the grand jury since 1975.
  • A must-have title for all criminal law practitioners and professors, as well as law libraries

About This Title


The grand jury has a distinguished history in Anglo-American legal history, from the reign of King Henry II (1154-1189) to the adoption of the Grand Jury Clause in the Fifth Amendment of the Bill of Rights (1791).

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