Major collections include the Legal Papers of Dallas Nicholas and William Gosnell, The Papers of the NAACP, The Papers of William H. Hastie, the Baltimore Afro American newspaper on microfilm, the papers of Baltimore activist Lena Lee, the personal and professional papers of faculty member Larry Gibson, and The Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. Collection.
The Thurgood Marshall Law Library's collection of rare books.
A digital biography of eminent alumnus Francis King Carey, in honor of whom the School of Law was renamed in 2011.
An online collection in the subject areas of Homeland Security/Terrorism and Health Law and Policy.
A digital project tracing the life and career of David Hoffman, founder of the Law Institute at the University of Maryland.
A collection of over 250 books and archival materials dealing with the reunification of Germany and the response in neighboring countries.
An online digital collection of government publications from the United States Commission on Civil Rights (USCCR).
An online digital project devoted to the life and career of Judge Simon Sobeloff.
A tour of Baltimore's legal history created by the staff of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library.
The collection consists of seven loose-leaf binders covering the work of the Subcommittee in 1977 and from 1989 through 1993.
A digital collection of electronic books on civil rights in America.
An inventory and guide to the research materials of Professor Chiu in the Thurgood Marshall Law Library.
A collection of papers, photographs, and publications of the Honorable Benjamin R. Civiletti from 1976-present including documents and correspondence from his tenure as Attorney General of the United States (1979-81).
An online guide for conducting research on graduates, students and faculty of the University of Maryland School of Law (through 1990).
An online digital project tracing the beginning of the modern law school at Maryland.