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Biddle Law Library

Biddle Law Library

Your online destination for resources, information, and support from one of the most robust law libraries in the world.

Biddle Law Library

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Student Resources

The library offers resources to help students succeed, including course materials, study aids, and guides for research and writing. Not sure if your course has E-Reserves in Canvas? Check the Course Scanning Dashboard for Spring Term.

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Digital study aids and past exams

Research guides

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Legal Scholarship

The Biddle Law Library collects and preserves the scholarly output of the University of Penn Carey Law School. Find some of the world’s top legal research in one location here.

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Featured Subscriptions

Members of the Law School community get free access to the nation’s most prominent news publications.

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The New York Times

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Student Scholarship Luncheon on Feb 21

Join us for a celebration of research and scholarship authored by Penn Carey Law students! Our student authors will present lightning talks on their recent work, followed by Q&A. Our first luncheon will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024.

Events, Library News, Research and Scholarship Services
Cupcakes with goat toppers at Biddle Library's winter fair

Winter Fair Raffle Winners

Thank you to all who attended Biddle Library’s Winter Fair! The library staff had a great time, and we hope you did too. Did you win a prize? Find out! ...

Biddle Winter Fair, Engagement and Outreach, Events, Library News
All the Black Girls Are Activists: A Fourth Wave Womanist Pursuit of Dreams as Radical Resistance, by EbonyJanice

BookList: Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, we are highlighting titles from our newly curated Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) collection, which includes titles on social justice topics, activism, and collective liberation.

Black History Month, Collections, dei, DEIB team, Library News
Jennifer Chapman

Speaker Series Event on Feb 6

Join us online or in person on Tuesday, Feb 6. Prof. Jennifer Chapman will present her work, Slave Cases and Ingrained Racism in Legal Information Infrastructures. Learn more and register for the event.

Biddle Speaker Series, Events, Library News, Research and Scholarship Services