Jason J. Czarnezki, Siu Tip Lam, & Nadia B. Ahmad, A Primer: Air and Water Environmental Quality Standards in the United States, 40 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 115 (2015).
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Judith E. Koons, Earth Jurisprudence: The Moral Value of Nature, 25 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 263 (2008).
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Judith E. Koons, Symposium, Locational Justice: Race, Class, and the Grassroots Protest of Property Takings, 46 Santa Clara L. Rev. 811 (2006).
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Kevin O. Leske, Cleaning Up Jurisdiction: Divining Congressional Intent of Clean Air Act Section 307(b), 42 Ecology L.Q. 37 (2015).
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Kevin O. Leske, A Step by Step Look at UARG v. EPA: A New Layer of Greenhouse Gas Regulation, 4 Earth Juris. & Envtl. Just. J. 3 (2014).
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Taylor Simpson-Wood, Changes in Latitudes Call for Changes in Attitudes, 37 Seattle U. L. Rev. 1239 (2013).
HeinOnline is accessible through our alphabetical list of Law Library databases at http://eguides.barry.edu/LawLibraryDatabases, but Barry Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni still need to log into the Barry intranet in order to access it.
From off campus, to access the intranet, all users must first go to http://ezproxy.barry.edu and log in with your Barry username (the prefix of your e-mail address) and password, then select the "School of Law Intranet" option. That will open Weblaw.barry.edu, and from there, you may click "Law Library" along the top to get to the Library page and access the databases through our Research Guide.
(We recommend you bookmark http://ezproxy.barry.edu or add it to your favorites.)
From here, if you know the citation of an article, you can just enter it in Blue Book format by clicking on the "Citation Navigator" tab near the top left.
If you need to search for keywords or anything else (which is how you’ll probably conduct your searches), click the “Search” tab near the top left, and select “Advanced Search,” which gives you more options than the default Search option.
Now you can search for keywords (like whaling or "sea piracy") in an article title or in the main text or any combinations thereof.
I always start out searching by article title instead of text, because if the key words you’re interested in is in the title, chances are that article is going to be on point. I also like to sort by “Volume Date Descending” so the results are displayed in reverse chronological order, with the most recent ones at the top of the list.
Once you find the article you want, you can navigate through it one page at a time, or download or print it in PDF format.
If you ever need any additional help with HeinOnline, just ask any of the Reference Librarians or e-mail LawReferenceLibrarians@barry.edu, and we will be happy to help you further. I feel really strongly about this resource, and consider it one of the best in our collection.
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