As of 4/19/18, 393 of your colleagues have signed our letter. Last week I wrote to you about a bill in Harrisburg to defund Jenkins Law Library, and a resolution by the Philadelphia Bar Association to support the bill. Eight Past Chancellors and numerous prominent members of the legal community, including hundreds of your friends and colleagues, have joined...

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As of 4/19/18, 393 of your colleagues have signed our letter. Last week I wrote to you about a bill in Harrisburg to defund Jenkins Law Library, and a resolution by the Philadelphia Bar Association to support the bill. Eight Past Chancellors and numerous prominent members of the legal community, including hundreds of your friends and colleagues, have joined...
The Philadelphia Bar Association is considering a resolution to jeopardize the funding and future of the Jenkins Law Library. The resolution encourages the Legislature to enact House Bill 1937. This bill will cripple Jenkins Law Library by diverting two-thirds of its primary funding source, court filing fees, to the First Judicial District’s general fund. Join our efforts to Save Jenkins.
At Jenkins we have a large collection of Pennsylvania briefs and records going all the way back to the 1800s. After 2006, most of the material has been digitized, and much of it is accessible for free to Jenkins' members through our Court Records & Briefs database . In the database, material...