- as at October 19 2011
Annual Course on International Law Librarianship is the
Association's main meeting and educational event of the year.
There are three main themes this year building on the
increasing importance of Malaysia on the world stage:
are three main themes:
(with special emphasis on law libraries)
will include eminent legal academics, scholars, and law librarians
from the region.
Registration Form [pdf]
Bird Registration begins: 18 July 2011
Bird Registration Deadline: 30 September 2011
Closes: 31 October
association Annual Meeting is being held for the first time in
Malaysia is a
multi-racial and multi-cultural melting pot with a cosmopolitan
population made up of Malays, Chinese, Indians and numerous ethnic
groups. Here, one can experience a wealth of cultural and racial
diversity that is both colorful and unique and the legal system
reflects that diversity. The conference will be held in the vibrant
city of Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur Airport there are Airport limo and budget taxis readily available
at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and alternatively
delegates can take the KLIA Express and KLIA Transit (also known as
Express Rail Link or ERL) the fastest modes of transport connecting
the airport to the KL ‘Sentral’ station, the main transportation hub
in the city.
is a network of light rail transit systems in Kuala Lumpur. The
University has its own stop, only four stops from KL ‘Sentral’ on
the Putra LRT line. The hotels listed above are served by the light
rails system as described on their websites. http://kiat.net/malaysia/KL/transit.html
information is available at World
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There will be a traditional Malay dance on the opening evening performed by the University cultural team. Sightseeing and excursions will be at Malaysian landmarks: the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the Petronas Twin Towers, the National Bird Park, Batu Caves and Hindu Shrine, and the federal administrative city of Malaysia, Putrajaya, a new ‘intelligent garden city’. The schedule also includes visits to law libraries: University of Malaya Law Library, Attorney General’s Chambers Library, Palace of Justice Library and the National Library Malaysia
The IALL Board and membership would like to thank the sponsors for their generous support in making this meeting possible. A complete list of the sponsors and exhibitors is available here.
The conference venue is at the Auditorium Tun Mohamed Suffian, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya. The host institution, University of Malaya, is the oldest university in Malaysia and the first to open a law school. The university is located close to the city center and the accommodations for delegates.
The refreshment breaks and the publishers exhibitions will be at the foyer of the faculty building.
selected hotels are in the Petaling Jaya area of the city, quite
close to the large University campus. Please mention IALL 2011, University of Malaya in order to benefit from the discounted rates.
Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel
Crystal Crown Hotel
Shah’s Village Hotel
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Information Resource Assistant
No. 60 012 2644162
Chief, Library, University of Malaya
Law Library University of Malaya
Mary George, Associate Professor
Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya
The Hon'ble Judges Library
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|Pre & Post Conference Tours
The University of Malaya travel agent named UC Travel (Koperasi Kedai Buku University Malaya Sdn Bnd) also offers and arrange affordable local tour packages.
For Further information and request for tour packages please contact UC Travel staff directly:
Mrs Jalina - email@example.com
Ms Sufiah - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tel: 603 79673429/ 79572612
Fax: 603 79561502
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