This month’s staff spotlight in John Hogan! John is a Library Specialist for Metadata & Systems and plays an essential role in the Law School Repository.
Study Break Activities in Biddle
The library has set up an origami station along with an assortment of puzzles and coloring books for that much needed study break! Find them on the table at the library’s entrance.
All Biddle Library spaces will remain open 24/7 from Saturday, April 23 – Thursday, May 5.
Getting ready for final exams? Take advantage of the library’s digital study aids and the exams archive.
The current exhibition in the library’s Gateway highlights significant people and events in the history of Biddle Law Library.
We are evaluating our digital study aids packages. Complete a short survey for a chance to win prizes, including lunch at Franklin’s Table and Federal Donuts! The survey will remain open until Friday, April 8.
Meet two new additions to the Biddle staff: Ashlee Anstead and Breanna Himschoot.
Help us make the cutest slideshow ever! Submit a photo of you and your pet(s), or just your pet if you’re camera shy, by Monday, April 4. See the display in Biddle from mid-April until the end of the term.
Take a Nintendo Switch study break! The Switch will be set up for drop-in play every Wednesday night from 7:00 to 9:00 PM in the Rare Book Seminar Room (T-253).
The current exhibit in the Biddle Law Library’s Rare Book Room features material from the personal papers of two federal judges and highlights the history of women in the legal profession.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we have chosen to highlight books from our collection featuring women in the legal profession.
Lexis Digital Library is now available through Lexis Plus. Wolters Kluwer’s study aids library is now Aspen Learning Library and has a new desktop and mobile app.
The Judge Dolores Sloviter Papers have been processed and are available for research in the Biddle Archives.
After 30 years of service, Bill Draper will be retiring at the end of February 2022. Read his reflections as he looks back on his career along with what he has planned for the future.
Professor Regina Austin is being celebrated for her scholarship and groundbreaking work at this year’s 34th Sadie T.M. Alexander Commemorative Conference. Watch or read excerpts from Austin’s oral history interview from 1999.
Learn about the long legacy of Heman Marion Sweatt.