How do I access The New York Times through the Law Library?

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Maryland Carey Law students, faculty, and staff now have full complimentary access to NYTimes.com and NYT mobile apps, courtesy of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library. Learn how to sign up for a complimentary account in the Law Library's Guide to Accessing the Baltimore Banner, New York Times, and Washington Post 

Your complimentary account must be reactivated each year. Your access to NYTimes.com is available from any location, on or off-campus.

NYTimes.com covers a variety of topics through breaking news articles, blogs, videos, and interactive features. In addition, you will be able to share content on social networks, save articles of interest, subscribe to email newsletters and set up personalized alerts.

Additionally, the Thurgood Marshall Law Library provides access to the New York Times through several databases and news aggregators, including: 

  • Lexis+ (Coverage: June 1, 1980 to date. Updated same day. No pictures and graphics available) (Lexis username and password required).
  • ProQuest Historical Newspapers: New York Times (Coverage: 1851 - 2017. PDF scans of print edition) (Login with UMB credentials required if off-campus).
  • ProQuest News & Newspapers: New York Times (Coverage: 1980 to date. Includes stories from print and online editions. Updated same day. Includes graphics and pictures for selected articles) (Login with UMB credentials required if off-campus).
  • ProQuest Recent Newspapers: New York Times (Coverage: 2008 - recent (3-month embargo). Provides access to full-page PDF images of the digitized New York Times newspaper) (Login with UMB credentials required if off-campus).

  • Last Updated Feb 23, 2023
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