November 20, 2001
It's in the mail--the AALL Directory and Handbook, that is. AALL members will soon receive the 2001-2002 edition of the AALL Directory and Handbook, the most up-to-date, comprehensive resource on the American Association of Law Libraries.
Published annually each fall, the AALL Directory and Handbook is distributed to all dues-paying members of the Association. The directory lists current AALL members and the law libraries where they work. The publication also features pertinent information about the Association, such as Association policies, the appointed and elected leaders of AALL, committees, and Special Interest Sections. This year's AALL Directory and Handbook also includes the recently approved Competencies of Law Librarianship, the revised Government Relations Policy, the Research Agenda, and a new section on scholarships and grants.
The 2001-2002 AALL Directory and Handbook would not have been possible without the financial support of CCH INCORPORATED, a leading provider of tax and business law information and software. AALL would like to thank CCH for its annual sponsorship of the AALL Directory and Handbook as well as its continued support of AALL activities throughout the year.
"CCH and the Association have a long history as partners working to produce the annual directory," said Rebecca K. Hensley, CCH CEO and president. "CCH is pleased to continue to support AALL again this year by publishing this valuable resource for law librarians."
Please note that it may take up to three to four weeks for members to receive their copies of the 2001-2002 AALL Directory and Handbook.
If there is a discrepancy in the directory's membership or library listings, please contact Membership Coordinator Rachel Shaevel.
Members and nonmembers may purchase additional copies of the 2001-2002 AALL Directory and Handbook; $85 for members and $135 for nonmembers. To order the publication, please send e-mail to email@example.com.