IALL began its scholarship or “bursary” programme in 2001. Its key purpose is to provide financial assistance in the form of bursaries to enable law librarians to attend the IALL Annual Course. Many law librarians have benefited from this programme over the previous 19 years. Here is a list of previous award recipients: http://iall.org/previous-award-winners/.
This year the 39th IALL Annual Course will be held in Toulouse, France between Sunday 4th October and Wednesday 7th October 2020 and the draft program is now available to view: http://iall.org/conf2020-programme/.
IALL Regular bursaries and Members-Only bursaries
This year IALL is again offering THREE Regular Bursaries of up to US$2,000 each by competition to help law librarians attend the forthcoming IALL Annual Course in Toulouse, France. These bursaries are available to both Individual IALL members and non-members. Full information and an application form are online at http://iall.org/scholarship-information/.
The Association is also offering FOUR Members-Only Bursaries of up to US$2,000 each by competition to help law librarians attend the forthcoming IALL Annual Course in Toulouse, France. These bursaries are only available to IALL Individual members who have been dues-paying members for the current year and the two immediately preceding years. Full information and an application form are online at http://iall.org/scholarship-information/.
Questions or inquiries? Please contact David Gee, Chair of the IALL Scholarships Committee at David.Gee@sas.ac.uk.
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