By Kurt Carroll
The IALL scholarships program resumes this year, marking the return of in-person conferences. The program will provide financial assistance in the form of bursaries to assist law librarians in attending the IALL’s 40th Annual Course “U.S. and International Approaches to Law, Justice, and Technology: Learning from the Past and Strategies for the Future.” The course will take place in Stanford, California, USA 9-12 October 2022.
The course website is now live at http://iall.org/conf2022 and registration will open on 15 April. The local planning committee at the Robert Crown Law Library is hard at work creating an informative and exciting course. We hope the bursary program will help make attendance and participation possible for IALL members and non-members.
IALL Regular bursaries and Members-Only bursaries
This year IALL is offering three (3) Regular Bursaries of up to US$2,500 each by competition to help law librarians attend the forthcoming IALL Annual Course in Stanford. 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 (4) Members-Only Bursaries of up to US$2,500 each by competition to help law librarians attend the upcoming Stanford Annual Course. These bursaries are only available to IALL Individual-level 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/.
The deadline to submit an application for either category of bursary is Monday, 9 May 2022. All application materials must be received by 9 May 2022; incomplete applications will not be considered.
Questions or inquiries? Please contact David Gee, Chair of the IALL Scholarships Committee at email@example.com.
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