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September 28, 2012
On May 8, 2012, the Penn Law community lost a great man, Judge Louis Heilprin Pollak. Pollak was a civil rights advocate, former Penn Law dean, U.S. District Court judge, and was regarded as one of the leading members of the judiciary in the country. read more!
September 15, 2012
In recognition of National Constitution Day on September 17th, and especially in light of Penn law's September 17th exhibit featuring original documents from our country's Founders, including James Wilson, the Biddleblog is pleased to repost this August 31, 2010 blog entry! read more!
December 21, 2011
In 1970, Morris Wolf, Esq., a senior member of the Philadelphia bar, donated to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, a manuscript letter by Thomas Jefferson. Written on August 30th, 1814, from Jefferson at Monticello, the letter outlines a course... read more!
June 30, 2010
In an effort to expand the National Bankruptcy Archives' holdings in rare material predating the establishment of the nation's first major bankruptcy law in 1898, the Archives has begun to acquire a selection of 18th and 19th century pamphlet and... read more!
September 1, 2009
While playing housekeeper in the archives vault recently, I came across an unprocessed collection of essays written by former Penn Law students. What I found particularly interesting about this collection is that most of the essays date back to the... read more!
January 12, 2009
Happy 2009! To ring in the new semester and the new year, the Biddle Law Library has a couple of new exhibits in our reference area and the Rare Book seminar room. Violet Oakley's Law Triumphant In our main... read more!
September 1, 2008
Welcome and welcome back! Some of you who have been around here in the past might have noticed that we like to create at least one technology-related exhibit per year. Last year, we displayed some library resources related to... read more!
March 13, 2008
Biddle has created a new exhibit that showcases some of the materials culled from the National Bankruptcy Archives. (More after the jump.)... read more!