Great Resources: HeinOnline – History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part III

This nineteenth installment continues our series on HeinOnline’s digital collections.

heinonline-logoPart III of HeinOnline’s Taxation & Economic Reform in America [find information about Parts I & II here] includes documents, treatises, and legislative histories related to bankruptcy law in America.  A few of the many prominent resources included in this collection are Collier on Bankruptcy (1st-12th editions), Administration of the Bankruptcy Act, and Bankruptcy Reform: The Legislative History of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005.  The collection also includes numerous books and scholarly articles on the topic.

HeinOnline has included many features to aid in searching for documents in the History of Bankruptcy collection.  The collection can be browsed by public law number or by popular name, and the user can choose to include search results from the Federal Legislative History Library and the Taxation & Economic Reform in America Archive in order to reduce search time and increase efficiency.  In addition, HeinOnline’s ScholarCheck allows convenient and quick navigation from statutes to legislative history to supporting law review articles.

To access History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part III, go here and select HeinOnline.

To read up on other HeinOnline digital collections, see our coverage of the Congress and the Courts collection, the History of Supreme Court Nominations collection, the Session Laws Library/State Statutes: A Historical Archive, the U.S. International Trade Library, the Children’s Law Journal, the Intellectual Property Law Collection, the State Attorney General Reports and Opinions, the American Indian Law Collection, the World Constitutions Illustrated collection, the Taxation and Economic Reform in America, Parts I and II collection, the U.S. Presidential LibraryEnglish Reports, the World Trials Library, the U.S. Supreme Court Library, the Federal Register Library, the Foreign & International Law Resources Database, the National Moot Court Competition collection, and the American Law Institute Library.