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March Madness: Case Law Edition

We know you have opinions about all those opinions you read in 1L classes, so here’s your chance to have some fun with them! Choose who will advance to the next round! 

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Lenny

Who Loves Animals?

We do! Send photos of your pets for our upcoming library display! Complete the submission form by April 15.

Engagement and Outreach, exhibits, Library News
2019 Commencement

Library Resources for Graduates

Alumni have access to some library subscriptions, such as the HeinOnline Law Journal Collection and are always welcome to visit Biddle to study for the bar, seek reference assistance, use our print collection, and access e-resources. Read More...

Alumni, Collections, Library News
Biddle Law Library Cohen Gateway

New Library Furniture!

New furniture has arrived in the library’s Cohen Gateway, bringing more power outlets and a variety of seating options. Stop by to find your favorite seat!

Cohen Gateway, Facilities, Library News
March Madness Bracket on a on whiteboard in library

March Madness: Case Law Edition

We know you have opinions about all those opinions you read in 1L classes, so here’s your chance to have some fun with them! Choose who will advance to the next round! 

Engagement and Outreach, Library News, March Madness 2024
Reclaiming Two Spirits Book Cover

Booklist: International Transgender Day of Visibility

We are excited to offer another look at our growing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) collection, which includes titles on diversity, equity, and inclusion; social justice topics; activism; and collective liberation.

Collections, dei collection, Library News
with Sadie Alexander with Martin Luther King Jr. at the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery

Sadie Alexander Exhibit

The Archives & Special Collections team created the permanent exhibit, “Sadie Tanner Mossel Alexander (1898-1989), Class of 1927” to honor the legacy of Sadie Alexander, the first Black woman to graduate from Penn Carey Law.

Archives and Special Collections, exhibits, Library News, Sadie Alexander, Women's History Month
Libby by OverDrive

Libby Pop-Up in the Clock 

Did you know? Penn community members have access to thousands of popular ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines. Stop by our Pop-Up next Thursday (3/28) to grab a snack & learn about OverDrive & Libby. Librarians will walk through the steps of getting setup.

Engagement and Outreach, Events, Library News
Penn Carey Law student presenting to seated audience in Silverman Hall Seminar room

Celebrating Student Scholars

In February, Biddle hosted two celebrations of research and scholarship authored by Penn Carey Law students. Ten presenters spoke about their recent work and answered questions.

Events, Library News, Research and Scholarship Services
Archives Boxes

Working with the American Law Institute Collections

Biddle Law Library’s Archives and Special Collections intern, Abigail Boyer, reflects on working with the American Law Institute’s collections.

american law institute archives, Archives and Special Collections, Library News
Exterior of Tanenbaum Hall

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
Winter Fair

Library Winter Fair on Feb 13

Biddle Library’s first Winter Fair will take place on Feb 13. More details coming soon!

Biddle Winter Fair, Engagement and Outreach, Events, Library News
stuffed dog with Bluebook

Bluebook Drop-in Support on Jan 23

Got the Bluebook Blues? Let us help! Biddle librarians will be in the Clock on Tue. Jan 23 from 12-1pm to offer drop-in citation support. Stop by for help, plus candy and swag!

Bluebook, event, Library News, Research and Scholarship Services
Exhibit created for an annual conference showcasing the NCBJ's long history.

Records of the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges

The National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (NCBJ) was founded in 1926 to provide continuing legal education to judges, lawyers, and other practitioners. The NCBJ records have been reprocessed and now document all 97 years of the organization’s history.

Archives and Special Collections, Library News, national bankruptcy archives

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