- Friday, November 29th: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm
- Saturday, November 30th: 9:00am - 12 Midnight
- Sunday, December 1st: 10:00am - 12 Midnight
Monday, December 2nd through Thursday, December 12th:
- Monday - Friday: 7:30 - 12 Midnight
- Saturday, December 7th: 9:00am - 12 Midnight
- Sunday, December 8th: 10:00am - 12 Midnight
Check the Library's calendar for today's hours.
Access Policy Authorized Users
Authorized users of the Marshall Law Library include students, faculty and staff of University System of Maryland campuses; attorneys; School of Law alumni; and UMMC and VA staff. Visitors are welcome to use the resources of the Law Library only for the purpose of conducting legal research or using government databases or print materials.
Affiliated users must present current photo identification associated with the campus or organization listed above. Attorneys should present a current bar association identification card. Alumni without bar association identification will be asked to show a valid driver's license to the security officer at the main entrance. The officer will check the name against a list of alumni. Visitors must present a government-issued photo identification. If the request for entrance is granted, the security officer will scan the photo identification, take a photograph of the visitor, and issue a visitor's badge which must be visible and worn at all times while in the building.
Hours of Access
Before 9:00 a.m. and after 8:00 p.m. on weekdays, and all day on weekends, access to the Marshall Law Library is granted only to authorized affiliated users. Re-entry by visitors is not permitted after the cutoff time. Visitors may not remain in the library after 10:00 p.m. on weekdays, and will be asked to leave at that time.
Conditions of Access
Visitor access is granted solely for the purpose of using library resources. Use of other portions of the law school building (courtyard, vending area, dining area, computers in other parts of the school, etc.) is strictly prohibited. Visitors who are not using library computers or library study areas for legal research purposes will be asked to leave.