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Luxembourg

In the country of the current President of the European Commission, who has served since 2014, Jean-Claude Juncker, the International Association of Law Libraries is going to enjoy its Annual Course from September 30th to October 3rd, 2018, in cooperation…

The Michigan Guidelines on International Refugee Protection

According to the International Organization for Migration’s (IOM) World Migration Report 2018 “the total number of people estimated to have been forcibly displaced globally is the highest on record,”[1] with 2016 data indicating 22.5 million “refugees” and 40.3 million “internally…

IALL Scholarships Program 2018

  IALL began its scholarship or “bursary” program in 2001. Its key purpose is to provide financial assistance in the form of bursaries and stipends to enable law librarians to attend the IALL Annual Course. This year the 37th IALL…

French Language Legal Information Workshop in Africa

A workshop for legal documentation professionals from French-speaking Africa (curators, librarians, documentalists, archivists) was organized by the Law Libraries Section of IFLA with the support of IALL, the National Assembly of Côte d’Ivoire and Cairn.info. It was held on 29…

Thank you, Atlanta!

Dear IALL Blog readers, The 36th Annual Course of the International Association of Law Libraries recently took place in Atlanta between Sunday, October 22nd and Thursday, October 26th under the very timely theme of “Civil Rights, Human Rights and Other…

The Vis Moot: Ins & Outs

The 25th Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot has opened registration for teams and will be distributing the problem on 6 October 2017.  There are a number of ways for law librarians to get involved in this event …