New Book Alerts Registration Form
Would you like to know when the Law Library acquires books or videos on research on topics of interest to you?

The Law Library's New Book Alerts is a free online service that alerts you to materials acquired by the Law Library. To sign up, enter your University of Maryland email address below. Then browse the broad topic categories and select the subjects that are of interest to you. The broad topic categories include:

• Administrative Law
• Alternative Dispute Resolution
• Air, Maritime & Transportation Law
• Business, Commercial & Tax Law
• Civil Procedure
• Civil Rights
• Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure
• Communications
• Constitutional Law
• Disaster Law, Homeland Security, Military Law & National Security
• Environmental Law
• Evidence
• Family Law
• Foreign & International Law
• Government
• Health Law & Policy
• Labor & Employment Law
• Legal Education & Profession
• Property Law
• Public Interest
• Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation & Protected Groups
• Religion
• Science, Social Science & Technology
• Torts
• Geographic Descriptors

Click the "Submit" button at the end of the form when you have finished making your selections.

You will receive an email approximately every two weeks alerting you to materials acquired by the Law Library in the subject areas you select. You may then respond to that email to have the materials checked out and routed to your office.

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Administrative Law
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Air, Maritime, Space & Transportation Law
Business, Commercial & Tax Law
Civil Procedure
Civil Rights
Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure
Communications
Constitutional Law
Disaster Law, Homeland Security, Military Law & National Security
Environmental Law
Evidence
Family Law
Foreign & International Law
Government
Health Law & Policy
Labor & Employment Law
Legal Education & Profession
Property Law
Public Interest
Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation & Protected Groups
Religion
Science, Social Science & Technology
Torts
Geographic Descriptors
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