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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 Fall Term.

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Course reserves at the library

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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Biddle Fall Fest

Biddle Fall Fest Coming in October

The law library is excited to be hosting Biddle Fall Fest in October. Fall Fest is a week-long program of lightning talks, candy, crafts, contests, and PRIZES! Keep reading to find out how to participate.

Biddle Fall Fest, Events, Library News, Students
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New E-Resource: Water Rights & Resources

New HeinOnline database that focuses on legal issues surrounding access to and the delivery of water. Collection consists of U.S. government documents, reports, legislative histories and more.

Collections, Electronic Resources, Environment, HeinOnline, Library News

Ready for Research: Bernard G. Segal Papers

The Bernard G. Segal Papers have been processed and are available for research in the Biddle Archives.

Archives and Special Collections, Library News
Cite-Checking Guide for Journal Editors

Cite-Checking Guide for Journal Editors

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.

Journal Editors, Library News, Research and Scholarship Services