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  • Association of Law Librarians in Central England (ALLICE) - Blog

    ALLICE has approximately 45 members from a range of organizations including law firms, barristers' chambers, government organizations and the academic sector. We hold quarterly lunchtime meetings, generally held in Birmingham city center, for networking, discussion of relevant topics, or with guest speakers or publishers' representatives. We also organize social events and run occasional training sessions, the most recent being on European Information sources and Company Information sources.

  • Australian Law Librarians' Association

    The Australian Law Librarians' Association aims to promote a network for law librarians, provide forums for continuing education, advocate on behalf of the interests of law libraries and promote access to legal information within the wider community.

  • British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL)

    Welcome to BIALL The British and Irish Association of Law Librarians (BIALL) was formed in 1969. It is an independent and self-supporting body that was created to represent the interests of legal information professionals, documentalists and other suppliers of legal literature and reference materials in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

  • Canadian Association of Law Libraries

    The Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) has roots dating back to the late 1950's when several Canadian law librarians informally began meeting at annual meetings of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) to discuss matters of mutual interest.

  • Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP)

    CILIP is the leading professional body for librarians, information specialists and knowledge managers. We provide practical support for members throughout their careers and speak out on behalf of the profession.

  • City Legal Information Group (CLIG)

    Since 1976 the City Legal Information Group (CLIG) has been supporting legal information professionals in and around London. We regularly organise topical and social events with the aim of helping information professionals network and share their thoughts and experiences.

  • Consortium of Legal Resource Centers and Legal Information Specialists (CLRCLIS)

    The Consortium of Legal Resource Centers and Legal Information Specialists (CLRCLIS) was established on November 2003 with the goal of promoting formation and development of law libraries and information centers, acquisition of legal information resources, and proper dissemination and international cooperation among Central and East European and other countries.

  • Edmonton Law Libraries Association

    Our association provides a forum for law librarians, library technicians, library staff working in law libraries as well as other interested parties to meet and interact. Educational sessions and social events throughout the year create opportunities to learn and exchange ideas within the Law Library community of Edmonton.

  • European Database of Libraries

    The Database contains 30,000 key libraries in the UK and Continental Europe. It has been compiled over the last 20 years, and always from primary sources. The Database is used, maintained and updated on a daily basis. It grows by research that adds new found libraries.

  • International Federation of Library Associations

    The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the library and information profession.

  • Juriconnexion

    Juriconnexion is an association open to all persons (legal counsel, librarians, lawyers, notaries, central administration, banks, big companies, local authorities) using various electronic versions of legal information products in the course of their daily professional practice.Since 1988, Juriconnexion has entered into and actively pursued a constructive dialogue with producers, service providers and distributors.

  • Law Libraries and Librarians - Social Networking Group

    Worldwide social networking for law librarians and friends of law libraries.

  • Montreal Association of Law Libraries

    The Montreal Association of Law Libraries (MALL) is a non-profit corporation established pursuant to Part III of the Companies Act of Québec. Its members are professionals working in law libraries in Montreal and people interested in legal information. The main interest of the association concerns various aspects of legal information. Since its beginning, MALL has grown and strived to provide the opportunity for persons interested in legal information to : * communicate and promote cooperation, * encourage the advancement of knowledge in librarianship and legal information, and * promote the use of law libraries.

  • New Zealand Law Librarians' Association (NZLLA)

    The New Zealand Law Librarians' Association is the professional organisation for those working with legal information in New Zealand. We aim to support and promote the interests of our members by providing networking and knowledge-sharing opportunities, working to improve access to legal information through maintaining contacts with Government, publishers and other key groups, and building links with other professional groups in New Zealand and our counterparts overseas.

  • Ontario Courthouse Librarians' Association (OCLA)

    The Ontario Courthouse Librarians' Association (OCLA) provides support and a unified voice for all county and district law library staff members across the province. To ensure that these functions are carried out in an effective manner,

  • Organization of South African Law Libraries

    OSALL is the Organization of South African Law Libraries – the national law library organization of South Africa and was established in 1976. There are about 150 members from university libraries, bar associations, private law firms, the government sector, courts and publishing houses. Our head quarters are in Gauteng but we have members all over South Africa. We welcome membership applications from anyone interested in law librarianship.

  • Scottish Law Librarians Group (SLLG)

    The Scottish Law Librarians Group (SLLG) represents those working in Legal Libraries and Information Services either based in Scotland or with an interest in Scots Law, and includes members from professional bodies, government, publishers, law firms and academic institutions.

  • Special Libraries Association - Law Division

    Founded June 11, 1993, the Legal Division serves as a forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and knowledge among law and regulatory affairs librarians. We address concerns unique to librarians practicing in private law firms, businesses, and government libraries. Our Web site exists to assist us in communicating our ideals and goals. To navigate this site, use the links on left-hand side of each page

  • The International Association of Law Libraries (IALL)

    The International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) is a worldwide organization of librarians, libraries, and other persons and institutions concerned with the acquisition and use of legal information emanating from sources other than their own jurisdictions. The basic purpose of the Association is to promote on a world-wide cooperative and non-profit basis the work of individuals, libraries and other organizations concerned with all aspects of legal information, and to facilitate the use of such information.

  • Toronto Association of Law Libraries

    The Association is a vibrant community of law libraries and information centres. We share insights on the development of client service, new information sources, emerging technologies and professional opportunities.


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