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Transformative Agreements in Australian Academic Libraries

By: Rheny PulunganSenior Coordinator, Discipline Hubs and Subject Support Tutors, Library Learning Services, La Trobe UniversityIALL bursary recipient 2022 Open access means making research available online, free of cost for anyone to access it. Open access is part of a wider…

My first annual course – Stanford Law 2022

By: Marcelo Rodriguez, Daniel F. Cracchiolo Law Library, University of Arizona James E Rogers College of LawIALL bursary recipient 2022 The 40th Annual Course of the International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) took place in Stanford Law School on 9-12…

Thank you, Stanford!

By: Mark Engsberg, President, International Association of Law Libraries The 40th Annual Course of the International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) was held in Palo Alto, California from Sunday, October 9, to Wednesday, October 12. This year’s theme was U.S.…

2022 Annual Course Scholarships

By Kurt CarrollIALL President 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.…

Law and Literature

By Heather CaseyThe author is a member of the IALL Board of Directors I’ve been thinking a lot lately about all the ways law permeates my life. Though I do my best to keep my work and personal lives separate,…