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September 13, 2012
On Tuesday, September 18th, Biddle librarians will be teaching a research class to first year students in their Legal Research and Writing course. read more!
September 12, 2012
With a new academic year just beginning, changes inevitably arise. For journal students in particular, who wish to search for and obtain primary source Congressional publications, LexisNexis Congressional has been the first choice for comprehensive, quick and easy access to full text PDF images. read more!
September 11, 2012
On Friday, September 14th, Biddle Librarians will teach the final research class in this year's LLM Legal Research and Writing course. read more!
September 6, 2012
Biddle’s Foreign and International Law Librarian, Gabriela Femenia, will be teaching the first two sessions of her course “Research in Foreign and International Law” starting on Monday, September 10th. On Wednesday, September 12th, the topic of the class will be an introduction to public international law as well as the basics of international treaty research. read more!
September 6, 2012
In 2008, Biddle Law Library (and the Biddleblog) showcased the world of Open Access legal publishing and information. According to the Science Commons, which runs the Open Access Law Program, “Open Access” publishing serves readers and researchers by providing free access to scholarship “without undue copyright and licensing restrictions.” read more!
September 4, 2012
Biddle librarians will be involved with journal training for the Journal of Business Law on Friday, September 7th and for the Journal of International Law and the Journal of Constitutional Law on Sunday, September 9th. read more!
August 31, 2012
On Thursday September 6th, Biddle law librarians will be teaching in the One L legal research and writing program. read more!
August 28, 2012
On Friday, September 14th, Biddle Librarians will be working with students in the LLM Legal Research and Writing Class who are researching their second legal writing problem. read more!