View resources in Biddle’s collection on Native American life, including contemporary culture and identity, history, tribal law and sovereignty, and the federal government’s relationship to indigenous nations.
Database contains case law, statutes, regulations, court rules, and more. Its focus is state and federal primary source materials. Content is updated daily, and appellate cases are added within 48 hours of their release.
Biddle has one of the most complete collections of Cuban primary legal sources in the world, and we are proud to partner with LLMC to make this material more widely available to researchers.
New HeinOnline database that focuses on legal issues surrounding access to and the delivery of water. Collection consists of U.S. government documents, reports, legislative histories and more.
Blue Sky Law Reporter is now available in VitalLaw under the State Securities practice area.
Next week is National Banned Book’s Week. Celebrate your freedom to read Browse Biddle’s Banned Books collection on Overdrive
Textbook hasn’t arrived yet? Don’t worry! The library maintains a collection of all required course materials for students to use in the library. Many course materials are also available in Canvas. Learn more…
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we have chosen to highlight books from our collection featuring women in the legal profession.
Learn about the long legacy of Heman Marion Sweatt.
February’s featured book list highlights works on racially restrictive covenants and the Shelley v. Kraemer case.
In recognition of the importance of lawyer and law student well-being, we’ve highlighted some of the resources in Biddle’s collection focused on managing stress and finding fulfillment and satisfaction in practice.
In honor of National Native American Heritage month, we’ve chosen to highlight some of the resources in Biddle’s collection that deal with aspects of Native American life including contemporary culture and identity, history, tribal law and sovereignty, and the federal government’s relationship to indigenous nations.