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April 2007 Archives

April 23, 2007
Last Friday, when most of you were probably studying for or taking exams, Drexel University Libraries sponsored a symposium on Intellectual Property Rights. Ed Greenlee, Bill Draper, Pat Callahan, and I were in attendance.... read more!
April 9, 2007
 Merle Slyhoff oversees collection development of American law in Biddle and is head of resource sharing, which includes interlibrary loan.  Merle is active in national library associations, including the American Association of Law Libraries.  Non-work interests include pottery and lampwork. ... read more!
April 5, 2007
As announced yesterday, Biddle Librarians will be in the Clock area from 12:00-1:00 PM today showing the ins and outs of HeinOnline. Snacks will be available. Stop by and learn more; you know you want to.... read more!
April 5, 2007
As a previous post about a new exhibit at Biddle suggested, copyright is an area of the law in which Biddle librarians and the larger Penn Law community share a special interest.... read more!
April 4, 2007
You can find a list of Biddle's new books for this month on our Recent Acquisitions page.... read more!
April 4, 2007
Biddle recently debuted a new exhibit for Spring and Summer 2007, "Copyright 2.0," which is currently on display in the reference area of the library.... read more!
April 4, 2007
Have you ever wished that law review articles, administrative materials and/or U.S. Supreme Court decisions were made electronically available in PDF format? Your wish has been answered! These are just some of many materials available to you as a Penn... read more!
April 4, 2007
Jordon Steele is the Archivist at Biddle. When he's not organizing the papers of the American Law Institute, the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Law (NCCUSL, if you work in acronyms), or the National Bankruptcy Archives, he... read more!
April 4, 2007
 The following list features a selected list of blogs from peer institutions and within Penn Law School.Penn Law BlogsPENNumbra: online companion to the Penn Law Review.RegBlog: A Regulation Blog, in affiliation with the Penn Program on Regulation.Less than the Least: A blog maintained by Professor... read more!
April 4, 2007
A weblog, or "blog" for short, is an online journal that provides web users with information, generally on a daily basis. A blog's subject can range from the day-to-day musings of individuals, to op-ed pieces, to reports of world events... read more!