The IALL scholarship or “bursary” program, which began in 2001, is designed to provide financial assistance in the form of bursaries to enable law librarians to attend the IALL Annual Course. IALL’s 38th Annual course is entitled “Law Down Under: Australia’s Legal Landscape and will take place in Sydney, Australia 27-30 October, 2019. Registration will open during the first week of April. The draft program is available to view at http://iall.org/conf2019/program . The course is shaping up to be exciting and informative, and we hope that the bursary program will help to make attendance and participation possible for IALL members and non-members.
IALL Regular bursaries and Members-Only bursaries
This year IALL is again offering THREE (3) Regular Bursaries of up to US$2,000 each by competition to help law librarians attend the forthcoming IALL Annual Course in Australia. 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$2,000 each by competition to help law librarians attend the upcoming Sydney IALL Annual Course. 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/.
The closing date deadline for applications for both types of Annual Course bursary is Friday, 31 May 2019. All application materials must be received by May 31st; incomplete applications will not be considered.
Questions or inquiries? Please contact Barbara Garavaglia, Chair of the IALL Scholarships Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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