In upcoming Race and Regulation Series lecture, Prof. Anita Allen will explore the intersection of racial justice and privacy law
Prof. Allen’s lecture will be the first of five Race and Regulation lectures to be held throughout the spring.
For Public Interest Week, Reframing The Nation: Working Towards Racial Justice, the Biddle Law Library is partnering with the Toll Public Interest Center to present a panel discussion on decolonizing the library collections.
On Wednesday, July 17 at 12pm, Penn Libraries will be hosting the Penn Professional Staff Assembly (PPSA). Come for a tour of Van-Pelt Dietrich Library Center and listen to a series of short presentations about services, spaces, and events. Lunch will be provided.
In recognition of National Constitution Day on September 17th, and especially in light of Penn law’s September 17th exhibit featuring original documents from our country’s Founders, including James Wilson, the Biddleblog is pleased to repost this August 31, 2010 blog entry!
Students, faculty and staff at Penn Law now have access to Lexis Advance, a new legal research database from LexisNexis…
The Biddle Law Library will offer a wide variety of legal research training opportunities throughout the spring semester. Prepare for your summer or professional work experience by attending trainings specific to your jurisdiction or professional interest!