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The Asian American Law Librarians Caucus was organized in 1988 to provide a forum for its members to exchange ideas and information and represents its interests and concerns within the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). It strives to promote law librarianship, Asian law studies and the professional development and recruitment of Asian American law librarians.

AALLC Discussion Forum is opened to anyone who wants to join.  American Association of Law Libraries maintains the discussion forum on the AALL My Communities AALL My Communities Quick Start Users' Guide was posted on the main page of My Communities.


May 9, 2012

Dear Caucus members,

Mark your calendar!
We are going to hold our Luncheon and Business Meeting at Chilli Duck Thai Cuisine&n on July 22, 2012 at 12:00 noon. Please join us for lunch, and meet some old and new friends.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
click here for a map.

President, Frederick Chan

November 29, 2011

Dear Caucus members,

Congratulation to Eugene Hsue, Joan Liu, and Wei Luo.

Their program proposal entitled "Chinese Law-Real Time," sponsored by our Caucus, has been accepted for AALL Annual Meeting in Boston 2012.  Eugene, Joan, and Wei will be presenting the program. Thanks for the hard work of the Caucus' Program Committee for selecting the program proposals.


Frederick Chan, President

September 9, 2011

Dear Caucus members,

On behalf of the Board I would like to announce that AALLC will be sponsoring four program proposals for 2012 Annual Meeting. We would like to thank the AALLC Program Committee (Chair, Wei Fang, and members, Andrew Evans, Joanne She, and Eugene Hsue) for their effort in evaluating these program proposals.

Wei Fang will submit the program proposal "Digitizing legal history" with his colleague Susan Lyons. Joanne She's program proposal is "U. S. Attorney General Address Digital Project." Eugene Hsue submits two program proposals, "China Law - Fast" with Wei Luo, and Joan Liu as co-speakers, and "The Foreign Law Librarian - Cultural Brokers in Places of Power."

We hope all the program proposals will be accepted by the AALL Program Committee. I am looking forward to attending these programs in 2012 in Boston.


Frederick Chan, President

August 19, 2011

Please join me in congratulating these two members of our Caucus.

 JuJulie Pabarja, current member of AALLC Executive Board, and Chair of

the AALLC Membership & Mentoring Committee, will be the 2013 Chair of:p>

the AALL Annual Meeting Program Committee. The 2013 Annual Meeting will

be held in Seattle, WA. Julie is the Research Services Manager at DLA

Piper in Chicago (and PLL AMPC Co-Chair).


AlAlso Tina Ching, former member of the AALLC Communications and

Publicity Committee, and creator and editor of the Caucus Blog, will be:p>

co-chairing the Local Arrangements Committee at 2013 AALL Annual Meeting

inin Seattle with Rita Dermody, director of the Public Law Library of King

County. Tina is the Electronic Services Librarian at Seattle University:p>

School of Law Library.


Frederick Chan, President

August 17, 2011

The deadline for submission of program proposal for 2012 is September 15, 2011. Please send Frederick Chan (fchan@wulaw.wustl.edu) and Wei Fang (wfang@kinoy.rutgers.edu) your ideas and suggestions for programs.

Before submitting your proposal, please consult the 2012 Annual Meeting Program & Workshop Proposals Collection website to develop your proposal. It contains the Program Proposer's Handbook, and the webinar Perfect Program Proposals: A Webinar for Annual Meeting Program Planning.

We look forward to getting good program proposals from you!

Frederick Chan, President

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