Penn Law Archives Intern, Kathryn Gstalder, describes her work on the National Bankruptcy Archives (NBA) Oral History Collection.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, the library launched a new exhibit, Benchmark: Penn Law Women and the Federal Courts.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, Biddle Law Library acknowledges the struggles of women lawyers and honors their contributions with special displays.
Just added to the National Bankruptcy Archives growing digital collection, is the oral history of Samuel Zusmann, Jr., recorded on April 26, 2014.
New to the Archives are the records of the Enron bankruptcy documented by Examiner, Neal Batson.
The National Bankruptcy Archives recently acquired and processed the Geraldine Mund papers (NBA.051). Mund serves as a judge on the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.
In making the case for resources and training in visual legal advocacy, a public defender describes how a video she shot in a client’s home with his mother was effective in reducing his sentence.
Sometimes legal research generates a good topic for a student-made visual legal advocacy video. It did in the case of “Nowhere to Run: Giving Philly’s Urban Youth a Place to Play.”
A look at the Penn Law Archives collection of the oldest continuously published law journal in the United States…
A spotlight on the collection of papers from attorney, legal scholar, and Penn Law professor, William E. Mikell.
New blog post highlighting the women of the Bankruptcy Archives.
The Archives highlights the National Bankruptcy Archives collections related to women.