Roswell (Rod) B. Perkins served as the sixth president of the American Law Institute (ALI) from 1980 to 1993. His President Files are available for research in the Archives of the American Law Institute at the Biddle Law Library.
Due to upcoming renovations, Archives & Special Collections will be closed to visitors until June 19. To contact the department, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Material has been added to the Henry J. Sommer Papers that document his lifelong work in bankruptcy and consumer law. The updated collection is now available for research.
New exhibition featuring some of Biddle Law Library’s more tiny books in the rare book collections of Archives and Special Collections Department.
The Judge Joe Lee Papers are now processed and available for research at the Biddle Archives.
The Judge Arlin Adams Papers are available for research at the Biddle Archives.
New exhibition celebrating Penn Carey Law’s contribution to the American Law Institute’s first century is now on view at the Biddle Law Library. Learn more about the Law School’s important role in the development of the ALI.
The Bernard G. Segal Papers have been processed and are available for research in the Biddle Archives.
The current exhibition in the library’s Gateway highlights significant people and events in the history of Biddle Law Library.
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.
The Judge Dolores Sloviter Papers have been processed and are available for research in the Biddle Archives.
Overview of the Raymond F. Trent collection at the Biddle Law Library.