Take a look at the Judge Judith K. Fitzgerald Collection of National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges Records!
In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Penn Law faculty are hosting a symposium on January 14, 2015 entitled: “The Civil Rights Act of 1964 at 50: Looking Back and Looking Ahead.” The Biddle Law Library is pleased to supplement this discussion with a bibliography.
Exam time is fast approaching. Starting December 6th, Biddle will be open 24-hours, until exams end on Friday, December 19th. Please note that the library has restricted access during this time. Here is a quick review of three library services students may need: the Study Room Online Reservation System; closed reserve materials; and past exams.
In an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Penn students called ABC’s series How to Get Away With Murder “over-the-top and sometimes unrealistic.” Biddle takes a look at the new series, and some of the other legal dramas available from the video collection.
The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. All works are available for immediate download via PDF. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent additions.
Penn law faculty, current students, and staff now have access to Law360.com as part of our subscription to Lexis Advance!
When fall is in the air, the Supreme Court starts it new session in Washington. With the October 2014 Term, students may be interested in upcoming cases, when the court will hear oral arguments, and where they can located important documents, like Petitions for Writs of Certiori. All of these can be found on Scotusblog, one of the most well-respected of law blogs.
The Little Book titles take a “collection of absurd, hilarious and sometimes instructive cases” to teach in an entertaining, light-hearted way.