Tanya Thomas

Research and Instructional Technology Librarian




(410) 706-0784

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Tanya Thomas is the Research and Instructional Technology Librarian for Maryland Carey Law’s Thurgood Marshall Law Library. In this capacity, she promotes and supports beneficial uses of technology among faculty, staff, and students; teaches classes on legal research and technology in the practice of law; and helps administer Blackboard, the Law School’s learning management system.

Prior to joining the Law School, Tanya was a Research Librarian at the Thurgood Marshall State Law Library in Annapolis, Maryland, where she assisted judges, law clerks, and self-represented litigants. She is also an adjunct professor with the University of Maryland, Global Campus, where she teaches online classes in legal research and information literacy and methods. She has also worked as a law librarian in law firms and academic libraries.

She holds a Master of Science in Library and Information Science from the University of Maryland and a J.D. from Howard University.

Tanya is an active member of local and national Law Library Associations, including the Law Library Association of Maryland (LLAM) and the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).