NOTE: The HeinOnline iPhone/iPad App will only work for our library patrons using HeinOnline from your own home or office if you visit a law library every thirty days. If you do, here's how to use it.
We are pleased to offer you remote access to law journal articles, Federal Register, treaties, Statutes at Large and US Supreme Court Opinions from Hein Online. You must have a current, valid Trial Court Law Libraries Library Card and be in good standing to use this service. Hein Online offers you:
- Nearly 1200 Journals. Comprehensive: Every page from every issue from every volume
- English Reports, Full Reprint
- Federal Register beginning with v.1 (1936)
- Treaty Publications
- US Statutes at Large, 1789-date
- US Supreme Court Opinions, 1754-date
- PDF Format: All pictures, graphs, tables and footnotes where they belong
TROUBLE GETTING IN? See our troubleshooting guide.
You need to visit one of our seventeen law libraries at least once every 30 days to authenticate.
1. In the iPhone/iPad app store, download and install HeinOnline 2012. The app is free.
2. Go to one of the law libraries, and use your iPhone or iPad to connect to the wireless network within the library. The network will be named "lawlibrary" or lawlibrary followed by a number.
3. Once you are connected to the wireless network, open the HeinOnline app. Click on "IP Authentication." This will authenticate you via the library's IP address. You will be able to use the app for thirty days.
4. At least once every thirty days, go back to a law library and follow steps 2 and 3 again. This will keep the app working for you.