Back to Normal-ish!
Now that Philly is lifting its COVID-19 restrictions, Jenkins will reopen to all visitors with no appointment necessary * on Monday, May 24! Our onsite hours will remain 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. We're still set up for social distancing, but the library stacks will now be open for browsing. We'll also...
Want a book from our collection? We have staff in the library Monday through Friday and can pull whatever material you need for curbside pickup at 1801 Market Street from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. In Center City we can also arrange to have a courier deliver the books right to you! To borrow material,...

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Practical Law (available on the library's Westlaw computers) recently launched "Sectors" as a way to streamline the research process. According to Thomson Reuters , sectors are a way to "[m]ore effectively tailor your legal advice and gain deep insight into specific industries...
If you are researching administrative rules and regulations in Pennsylvania, take a look at the free website, . This site is home to the electronic versions of both the Pennsylvania Code (current) and the Pennsylvania Bulletin (volumes from 1996 - current). Both resources are...
As Philly, along with the rest of the country, begins to open back up, we're happy that the physical effects of COVID are receding. But the emotional effects will remain, possibly for a long time. To help, we've begun scheduling free mental health CLE webinars. We're holding two this summer: No One...