The Law Library provides Carey law students, faculty, and staff with access to a vast array of databases and website subscriptions. Use the A-Z Databases List to find the best library database for your research needs. Search by title (e.g., HeinOnline) or browse by subject (e.g., Constitutional Law). A UMID and password is required to access content off-campus.
Need to access a specific journal, newspaper, or magazine but don’t know which database to search? Use the Online Journal Finder to find links to full-text content for journals, newspapers, and magazines. Search for a publication by title or ISSN (e.g., Maryland Law Review) or browse by subject (e.g., political science) or provider (e.g., ProQuest). Off-campus access to content is restricted to Carey Law students, faculty, and staff.
The LawLibLoquitor is a new browser tool for Carey law students, faculty, and staff. Add the LawLibLoquitor to your browser’s bookmarks toolbar to streamline off-campus authentication.
Research Guides, Videos, and Tutorials
Specialty Research Pages
Specialty Research Pages : LibGuides
- How to Use the Library
- Environmental Law
- Health Care Law
- Maryland Research
- Summer Internship Research Strategies
- Thurgood Marshall Bibliography
- International and Foreign Law
- and more. . .
The Digital Commons@UM Carey Law is a service of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library. It showcases the research and scholarship of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. The Digital Commons provides open access to cutting-edge topics at the intersection of law and policy.