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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? Check the status on the e-reserves dashboard.
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.Access the Repository
Members of the Law School community get free access to the nation’s most prominent news publications.
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Be more productive by being more comfortable. Our equipment lending program includes an assortment of book stands, laptop stands, and standing desks. You can see them on display at the library’s entrance.
On the hunt for a source? The Cite-Checking guide helps you find pdfs of primary law and scholarly sources, and it provides tips for using library catalogs to find books, determining when to request an interlibrary loan, and creating Perma.CC links.
Students may place holds on books in the law library’s collection. Law students can pick up books at Biddle; all other students can pick up at Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Complete the online form to request books.
Have you seen the amazing new scanning stations in the law library? The KIC scanner is a high-speed, face-up scanner that offers a intuitive interface and a variety of options for creating, editing, and saving files.