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    April 2
    Submissions are currently being accepted for the Dish 2016 Best in Class eDiscovery Legal Research and Writing Competition.  Details below!
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    April 1
    The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent additions.
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    March 23
    The Business Law Section and the Young Lawyers Division of the Philadelphia Bar Association will be holding a Speed Mentoring Event at 5:30 p.m.on April 12 at Reed Smith.  Registration information after the jump!
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    March 16
    Students considering working in the public sector their 2L summer should plan to attend “Making the Most of your 1L Summer and Preparing for the 2L Public Sector Job Search” on April 4 at 1 p.m. in Tanenbaum 145. Topics covered include maximizing success during your 1L summer and planning for your 2L job search.  Lunch will be served to those who RSVP.
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    March 1
    The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent additions.
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    February 17

    There are about 30 DVD’s in Biddle’s Reserve Reading Room.  These titles were mentioned in an article in the ABA Journal on 100 years of Law at the Movies.  The DVD boxes will be empty,  please take the DVD case to the Circulation Desk and have them pull the DVD and check the DVD out to you.  They circulate for a week.

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    February 1
    The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent additions.
  • January 25

    January 29th is National Puzzle Day.  Exercise your brain with a jigsaw puzzle at the Law Library.   Friday, January 29th Biddle will have some jigsaw puzzles set out.

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    January 21
    Biddle acquired a number of interesting and informative titles in the past month, including the following. For a complete list of new acquisitions, see here.
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    January 20
    As technology continues to advance, law schools and rising attorneys must be prepared and marketable in this quickly evolving digital age.
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    January 4
    The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent additions.
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    December 2
    Stanley Polit L’15, reflects on his “first semester” as a practicing attorney
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    December 1
    The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent addition
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    November 30
    Many law schools are trying new approaches to providing practical training for future lawyers to prepare students for the reality of day-to-day legal practice.
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    November 25
    Interested in animal law?  Keep reading after the jump to learn more about the field and to browse the Opportunities in Animal Law booklet, provided by the ALDF.
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    November 23

    Exam time is fast approaching. Starting December 5th, Biddle will be open 24-hours, until exams end on Friday, December 18th at 11PM. 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.

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    November 12
    PwC’s Global Human Resources Services practice in Philadelphia has a summer 2016 opportunity for 2L students, and a post-graduate opportunity for 3L students, interested in tax in the areas of compensation and benefits.  Details below!
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    November 4
    On Exhibit in the Biddle Law Library Gateway: The Document That Stirred the World. On September 29, 1945, the White House released Earl Grant Harrison’s “The Plight of the Displaced Jews in Europe: A Report to President Truman.” The report is on loan for display from Seed the Dream Foundation.
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    November 2
    The Penn Law Legal Scholarship Repository, a service of the Biddle Law Library, collects and preserves the scholarly output of Penn Law. Scholarship News highlights some of the most recent additions.
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    October 30

    Sparer Symposium: Buying Justice

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    October 28
    The Canadian American Bar Association has recently announced its annual essay competition for 2015.  Details, including the essay topic, prizes, format and deadline are after the jump.
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    October 28
    Biddle acquired a number of interesting and informative titles in the past month, including the following. For a complete list of new acquisitions, see here.
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    October 23
    The Practice Area Fair is just around the corner!  Details about the event are below.
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    October 22
    The ABA Section of Intellectual Property is holding a webinar on Monday, October 26 to learn more about opportunities in the field of IP law.  Details below!
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    October 16
    The New York Law Journal has just released their interactive First-Year Associates Handbook, as presented by American Lawyer Media.  Check out below for a quick look!
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    October 14

    If you are a follower of one or more law blogs (blawgs) you can now find earlier versions of those blogs preserved at the Law Library of Congress (LLC) at this location (http://www.loc.gov/law/find/web-archive/legal-blawgs.php). 

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    October 13
    The ACLU is holding its Annual Diversity Reception next week on October 20 in New York.  Details after the jump!
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    October 7
    How to build the social ties necessary to be successful and happy at work
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    October 7
    The University of Pennsylvania Law Review presents its 2015 symposium on October 16th and 17th.  The topic is “The Bounds of Executive Discretion in the Regulatory State.” 
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    October 5
    Want to improve your networking skills? Looking to capitalize on connections, but don’t want to be unprofessional? Browse through these tips below to work on your professionalism and learn how to network better.