This is the second in a four part series blog post spotlighting HeinOnline’s new database Gun Regulation and Legislation in America.
This blog post seeks to spotlight the Supreme Court Briefs feature on the Gun Regulation and Legislation in America Database. This feature is especially nifty because it allows you to explore a variety of briefs submitted to the Supreme Court with a focus on gun regulation.
Below, the green box indicates what to select from the home page.
After selecting Supreme Court Briefs, you will be brought to the page shown below.
From this page, you can then select from various briefs, and read about gun regulation related issues before the Supreme Court. For instance, if you select the third option:
You can see that this particular brief was submitted to the Supreme Court appealing a 4th Circuit decision. The functions above the brief allow you to download the brief as a pdf, print, email the brief to yourself, link the brief in a hyperlink, or bookmark or save the brief in your HeinOnline searches.
The green box, depicted below, shows where you can skip to a particular page, should you need to.
On the left hand side of the page is a button labled “cite”. As depicted below, if you click the “cite” button, a box will appear, giving you the option to either cite to this brief or pinpoint cite. The citations are provided in a variety of formats including bluebook.
Access to HeinOnline’s Gun Regulation and Legislation in America database is available through the Texas Tech Law Library website under the Electronic Databases tab.