Welcome To SCALL - Southern
California Association of Law Libraries
The Southern California Association of Law
Libraries (SCALL) is a local chapter of the American
Association of Law
Libraries (AALL). SCALL was approved as a
chapter in 1953 and has
an active membership of over 300 librarians and
professionals from academic, private, state, and
county law libraries
in the Southern California area. SCALL sponsors
an annual institute,
has over 20 committees, publishes a chapter
newsletter, runs a
listserv, and maintains these web pages.
|Save the date!
The 44th Annual SCALL Institute will be held on March 4-5, 2016 at the Temecula Creek Inn. Stay tuned for more details...
|Pacific Chapters Reception at AALL Philadelphia
If you're attending AALL this summer, save your Saturday night for the Pacific Chapters Reception.
Field House (Upstairs Loft)
1150 Filbert St. (within walking distance of the convention center)
Saturday, July 18th, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Check back for additional details and to RSVP.
SCALL BUSINESS MEETING
The 2015 SCALL Business Meeting took place on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at the Richard H. Chambers United States Court of Appeals Buildling.
Congratulations to the newly elected 2015-2016 board!
Incoming members include:
Stefanie Frame, Vice President
Joy Shoemaker, Treasurer
Christina Tsou, Board Member
SCALL Spring Meeting: Legal
|The SCALL Spring Meeting took place on Wednesday, March 25 at the Los Angeles County Law Library. William
T. Tanner, Directing Attorney at the
Legal Aid Society of Orange
County, discussed the history of
legal incubators, different models
for providing legal services, the
legal aid model, and pro bono
The 43rd Annual SCALL Institute's
theme was Thriving
in the Network Economy
The Institute took place February
27th and 28th
at the Historic
Mission Inn in Riverside,
CA. For more information, visit the
Institute website: http://scallinstitute.org/
Law, 5th edition, revised (2011)
Public Access to Legal Information
(PALI) is pleased to announce the
publication of the revised fifth
edition of Locating the Law: A
Handbook for Non-Law Librarians
(2011). The entire publication is
freely available for download HERE
Newsletter now available
2015 Newsletter If link does not
open, right click and select
"save target as" to save the file to
your local drive.
Southern California Association of Law Libraries (SCALL)
8391 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
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