In response to the pandemic, HeinOnline created “COVID-19: Pandemics Past and Present”, a database containing publications that concern COVID-19 as well as other pandemics. Along with its subcollections dealing with the economic, global, health care, and societal impacts of COVID-19, HeinOnline recently announced that the new subcollection “Vaccinations” has been added to the database, containing publications on the COVID-19 vaccinations. This new subcollection also features publications that explore the history of vaccinations for other diseases. Some subjects of this subcollection include:
This is the theme of the featured articles within the latest issue of LawNow, the online magazine known for its relevant and accessible legal writing.
The Sept/Oct 2020 issue of LawNow provides an update on how the pandemic has changed and continues to impact freedom of movement, family law practice, contractual relief and privacy (tracing apps).
Here are the featured articles:
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