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This guide provides the student attorney in Maryland with a starting point for practice-oriented legal research, with special emphasis on the areas of health care policy reform and improving access to drug treatment for addictions.
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Indexes and Full Text Journal Databases

Try these other library library databases for finding articles on your topic.

Academic Search Premier


Index to Legal Periodicals


Google Scholar

Google Scholar can be a helpful place to start your research. It includes links to law journal articles that the law library gives you access to, as well as dissertations, academic books, and other scholarly literature from broad areas of research and a variety of academic publishers, professional societies and university repositories; it also includes court opinions and patents.


Off-Campus Access

Most of the Law Library's electronic resources, including online journals, article databases, and e-books, are available from links on the library website. If you are off-campus, click here for instructions on accessing this material.


Search the Catalog for Books and Articles

Use the online Catalog to find other law practice secondary sources available in the Thurgood Marshall Law Library. Practice materials are located in the Clinic Library and the Maryland section of the main library (call number KFM on the second floor).

Discovery Service @ UM Carey Law


Law Books and Articles
Law and Interdisciplinary Books and Articles
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Law Journals & Reviews


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