Happy Library Shelfie Day!

Current Events, New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

It’s the 8th annual #LibraryShelfieDay! Started by the New York Public Library, this social media trend gives book lovers the opportunity to share a picture of themselves in front of a library shelf or their own personal favorite book collection. To celebrate, we’re going to take a look back at all the books we released in the past 12 months. We want to see your pictures today, so be sure to tag @HeinOnline in your tweets!


1. Dignity Law: Global Recognition, Cases, and Perspectives

This unique casebook provides an introduction to this emergent and dynamic area of law,

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Author Spotlight: Carol A. Fichtelman, Esq.

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale Breanne Callahan

Today we are featuring a guest post by Carol A. Fichtelman, author of the best-selling title Drones: A Legal Research Guide.

About the Author


Carol A. Fichtelman, Esq.


Ms. Fichtelman is a lawyer and writer who currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri. She’s practiced law since the 1980s as a public interest attorney specializing in government benefits and finding lost pensions for low-income and elderly clients. Fichtelman has authored a total of four legal research guides for Hein, Prisoner’s Rights,

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NEW BOOK: Academic Law Libraries Within the Changing Landscape of Legal Education: A Primer for Deans and Provosts

AALL Publications Series, Law Libraries, Librarianship, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • A must-have resource to streamline communication among new and seasoned law school deans, library directors, and provosts
  • Identifies the most common questions that provosts and deans have about their law libraries
  • Explores the analytical steps and data points librarians use to answer these questions
  • Provides a practical application of the analytical steps and data stores on an actual library

About This Title


In a world where technology advances appear daily, deans and provosts often have questions about law libraries, their purposes, and whether technological innovations should lead to changes in library spaces,

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NEW BOOK: Dignity Law: Global Recognition, Cases and Perspectives

Dignity Law, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • The only comprehensive and current survey of the growing global jurisprudence in dignity rights
  • A theoretically grounded work that equips educators with core materials for courses in this newly emerging area of law
  • An exploratory resource that offers lawyers, jurists, and other advocates the practical tools to operationalize dignity rights claims
  • Compiled by the cofounders of the first and only dignity rights project in the world

About Dignity Law


Human dignity is the essence of what makes us human. Human dignity recognizes and reflects the equal worth of each and every member of the human family,

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NEW BOOK: User’s Guide to The Bluebook®: Revised for the 21st Edition

Citation Standards, New Book, New Edition Breanne Callahan

About the User’s Guide to The Bluebook®


The Bluebook®: A Uniform System of Citation is still the dominant authority on proper legal citation form. Unfortunately, this edition—like its predecessors—is complicated, picky, and long. This Guide is designed to make your task of mastering The Bluebook® as easy and painless as possible. It helps alleviate the obstacles faced by students—and even lawyers—when using proper citation form. This text is designed as a how-to manual and takes a step-by-step approach to learning the basic skills of citation.

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NEW BOOK: Leaven of Sympathy: A Bio-Bibliography of Frederick C. Hicks

AALL Publications Series, Bibliography, Biography/Writings on Legal Minds, Legal Research, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • The first-ever comprehensive bio-bibliography of any law librarian, focused on the works of Frederick C. Hicks (a founder of AALL)
  • A full timeline of the life of Hicks, essays from the librarian himself, and 159 annotated entries, organized chronologically
  • Complete with name and subject indexes, chronology, and appendices to aid user access and highlight Hicks’ works, personality, and artistry
  • Perfect for academic and law libraries, members of AALL or ALA, and scholars interested in the history of legal pedagogy, law, or library history

About Frederick C.

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Author Spotlight: Young Sok Kim

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale Breanne Callahan

This week we are featuring a guest post by Young Sok Kim, author of the top-selling title The Law of the International Criminal Court, Second Edition.

About the Author


Young Sok Kim


Dr. Young Sok Kim is currently the Consul General of the Republic of Korea in Chicago. He was Professor of International Law, School of Law, Ewha Womans University in Seoul, Korea. He earned his Bachelor of Law and a Master of Law from Seoul National University, and a Master of Law (LLM) and Doctor of the Science of Law (JSD) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Author Spotlight: Caitlin Hunter

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale, Legal Research Guides Breanne Callahan

This week we are featuring a guest post by Caitlin Hunter, author of the renowned title California Administrative Law: A Legal Research Guide.

Order this title by September 18, 2020, and save $10.00!

About the Author


Caitlin Hunter


Caitlin Hunter is a Reference Librarian at UCLA School of Law. She previously worked as a Reference Librarian and International and Foreign Law Librarian at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and a Reference, Circulation, and Technical Services Assistant at the University of Denver Law Library.

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NEW BOOK: Judicial Ethics and Discipline: A Legal Research Guide

Legal Research, Legal Research Guides, New Book Breanne Callahan

  • Provides a comprehensive bibliography of judicial ethics and discipline
  • Highlights federal and state resources available to researchers
  • Presents detailed coverage of the major primary and secondary sources in judicial ethics and discipline
  • Perfect for students, lawyers, and judges interested in the topic of legal ethics

About This Title


Legal ethics is usually seen as ethics dealing with attorney practice, but there has been a significant increase in the consideration of judicial conduct throughout the country. The American Bar Association has created a Model Code of Judicial Conduct (1990,

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Author Spotlight: Ronald J. Sievert

Author's Spotlight, Book Sale Breanne Callahan

This week we are featuring a guest post by Ron Sievert, author of the renowned title Cases and Materials on U.S. Law and National Security, 4th Edition.

About the Author


Professor Sievert graduated from St. Bonaventure University in 1970, served four years as an Army officer, and graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1977. He started with the Jefferson County District Attorney’s office and was soon appointed Chief of the Criminal Trial Court. He joined the US Department of Justice in 1983. After trying several major violent crime,

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