Subject Compilations of State Laws 2015-2016 Volume

Hein Cites, State Law, Subject Compilations of State Laws Ben Boron

  • Identifies and describes fifty-state law surveys on hundreds of subjects in hundreds of sources
  • Includes annotations for National Survey of State Laws charts
  • Previously chosen for Best Legal Reference Books

What’s New

The Subject Compilations of State Laws 2015-2016 volume contains 643 entries under 243 main subject headings. The annotated material includes law review and other periodical articles, appellate court opinions, books, briefs from cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal and state courts, commercial database contents, federal and state government publications, looseleaf services, and websites. Database users also enjoy access to the current and all prior volumes in this series.

Most items were published in 2015 and 2016, as the title of this volume indicates. Older titles that have not been annotated in previous volumes of the Subject Compilations series have been included in the database version (mentioned below) to provide bibliography users with citations to all state law comparisons known to the compiler.

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About Subject Compilations of State Laws Database

In addition to the print version, Cheryl Nyberg has partnered with HeinOnline to include a fully searchable, online database version of Subject Compilation of State Laws. Researchers have instantaneous access to more than 25,000 bibliographic records, many with extensive annotations. Most importantly, the annotations link directly to articles and other documents residing in HeinOnline. In all, more than 12,000 records link to HeinOnline periodicals and many other related works so users don’t have to leave HeinOnline to access these materials.

Also included in this collection is the State Law Index: An Index and Digest to the Legislation of the States of the United States Enacted During the Biennium, volumes 1-12 (1925-1948). This index, published biennially by the Legislative Reference Service of the Library of Congress, is a valuable source for identifying, by subject, session laws enacted by the various states during the years involved.

Additional advantages:

  • Quickly access the subject headings recommended by the authors
  • Frequent updating of the database
  • Exact replicas of the original bound volumes are included
  • All material is fully searchable
  • Database updated frequently

About the Author

Cheryl Rae Nyberg is the Coordinator of Reference Services at the Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library, University of Washington. She is also the content manager for the Gallagher Law Library website.


Subject Compilations of State Laws:An Annotated Bibliography
2015-2016 Volume
Item #: 12082
ISBN: 978083774030
Pages: li, 304p.
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2017

Print & Online Access
This includes access to the print volume of the book and the online database. Access will last until the next volume is published.

1 Print Copy & Online Access………………………….$575.00

Online Access Only…………………………………………..$560.00

1 Print Copy……………………………………………………….$230.00

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