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AALLAmerican Association of Law Libraries (est. 1906; Chicago, IL)
AALLAmerican Association for Labor Legislation (1905-1943)
AALLAsian American Law Librarians (est. 1988)
AALLAssociation for Academic Language and Learning (Australia)
AALLAutomatic Analysis of Learner Language (Workshop)
AALLAlbion Academy for Lifelong Learning (Michigan)
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The theme of the AALL (American Association of Law Libraries) Annual Meeting & Conference (AALL 2019) is Capitalizing on Our Strengths.
The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) hired Oolagamani (Vani) Ungapen as its new executive director.
July 18-21: 108th AALL Annual Meeting, American Association of Law Libraries, Philadelphia.
Maintained by the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), this site has an online job board, an extensive FAQ section (under the Job Seekers heading, click on Support), and useful tips for job seekers.
(25.) American Association of Law Libraries, "AALL & Thomson West-George A.
Nina is a member of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, Special Libraries Association, and the American Association of Law Libraries.
To learn more about training and careers for law librarians, contact the American Association of Law Libraries, 53 West Jackson Boulevard, Suite 940, Chicago, Illinois 60604-3847; (312) 939-4764; www.aallnet.org.
The American Association of Law Libraries and the American Civil Liberties Union both have been proactive in helping inmates secure the right of access to courts.
The American Association of Law Libraries believes that court files should be identical, no matter how they are accessed.
The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) Special Committee on the Renaissance of Law Librarianship "discusse[d] professional knowledge within the context of the mission of law librarianship: `to serve the information needs of the legal profession and the legal information needs of the public'" (Danner, 1998, p.
The spring 1998 American Association of Law Libraries' (AALL) newsletter focused on the changing nature of library space in light of the new technology.
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