Women and the Law (Peggy): MyHein

This is the fourth in a four blog series spotlighting http://heinonline.org/HOL/Index?collection=peggy

Under the tab “Scholarly Articles” on the home page of Peggy, the search provides the number of times a scholarly article has been cited and gives the ability to find the articles for further research.


After clicking on “Cited by” the search populates all the articles that cite the initial article in the search. This search allows the researcher to generate the list by “Relevance”, “Volume Date” (oldest to newest or newest to oldest), “Document Title”, “Number of Times Cited by Articles”, Number of Times Accessed” (in the last 12 months), “Number of Times Cited by Cases”, and “Most Cited Author.”

To save the articles that have been found create an account at the top of the web page under “MyHein.”


After creating an account you can save articles under “Saved Bookmarks.” Other options such as, “Search Queries” is also available when logged into a “MyHein” account.


Access to Heinonline Women and the Law (Peggy) database is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.

Author: Marin Dell

Texas Tech School of Law Library - Librarian, Attorney, Law Library Faculty, Adjunct Faculty, loves all things law, libraries and tech/Tech

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