Lexis Digital Library provides access to hundreds of authoritative legal ebooks that can be accessed on mobile devices and desktop platforms. Includes casebooks, study guides, treatises, practice guides, and more. Explore Lexis Digital Library
With Biddle Library’s OverDrive collection you can download books to read and listen to on a Kindle, tablet, phone, PC or Mac. You can also place holds on items that are checked out and be notified when they become available. To borrow items, sign in using the 8-middle digits of your PennCard.
With close to 100 legal fiction and nonfiction titles, Biddle’s OverDrive collection of audiobooks and ebooks is growing. You can download books to read and listen to on your Kindle, tablet, phone, PC or Mac. You can also use the new Libby app by OverDrive to browse and download e-books and audiobooks.
Full-time faculty, students, and staff of Penn Law can now access all the content on Washington Post.com and through mobile apps. Create a free Washington Post Account with your Penn Law email address to get started.
This HeinOnline resource is an online index to books, articles, and other secondary resources that compare multiple jurisdictions’ practices in nearly 300 subject areas. Explore the resource
Biddle now has ebooks through OverDrive, the popular digital media platform. You can find all of our OverDrive books in LOLA, our catalog, or you can browse the collection by going to Biddle Library’s OverDrive page.
Many e-resources have recently been added to the Biddle Library collection
Penn Libraries recently acquired a new collection of primary documents for historical legal research: The Making of Modern Law - American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Papers, 1912-1990.
Check out the Digital National Security Archive!
Looking for decisions of international tribunals, or interested in the application of international law in a foreign country’s courts? This kind of research can be challenging, since there is no consolidated database of all such case law, and when these decisions are published, they normally lack the headnotes and other editorial content American lawyers and law students are used to relying on.
Are you writing a paper about cybersecurity, online copyright, internet commerce, online freedom of speech, or any other issue that in some way concerns the internet? Be sure to check out the BloombergBNA Internet Law Resource Center, available to members of the Penn Law community through the library.