Lynda Brody is a Library Assistant. She joined us in July 2022.
We want to wish everyone a safe and happy Thanksgiving! The library will close at 1PM on Wednesday (11/23) and reopen at 9AM on Sunday (11/27).
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.
The Judge Arlin Adams Papers are available for research at the Biddle Archives.
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.
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.
Thanks to everyone who participated in Biddle Fall Fest this past week. Did you win a prize? Find out...
Please join us on Wednesday, Nov 2 for the inaugural Biddle Law Library Speaker Series with Professor Shawn Nevers on The Shadow Code.
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.
The law library is excited to be hosting Biddle Fall Fest! Fall Fest is a week-long program of lightning talks, candy, crafts, contests, and PRIZES! Keep reading to find out how to participate.
The Bernard G. Segal Papers have been processed and are available for research in the Biddle Archives.