A new collection, Brennan Center for Justice Publications from NYU School of Law, is now available in HeinOnline. This collection includes more than 210 titles and 11,000 pages of material and is available to the patrons at Alameda County Law Library at no cost through the library’s subscription.
The Center’s law and policy scholarship is largely written by attorneys and covers a variety of topics. The Center’s publications are nonpartisan; most works are stand-alone journal-length articles. Once a year, the Center publishes a book-length volume, Democracy and Justice: Collected Writings, which compiles excerpts from the year’s shorter scholarship and includes new material for that publication.
The Brennan Center for Justice Publications can be found by name on HeinOnline under “Browse Collections by Name.” The articles are listed in alpha order.
Here are examples of titles of articles that can be found in the collection – Voter Registration in a Digital Age: 2015 Update, Automatic and Permanent Voter Registration: How It Works.