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The SEAALL 2017 call for program proposals is now open!  

The Annual Meeting will be held March 30 through April 1, 2017, in Raleigh, North Carolina. The deadline for proposals is 5pm Central time on Friday, November 4.
Our amazing Local Arrangements Committee has provided us with the theme "Invent, Innovate, Inspire.” If that doesn’t give you program ideas, consider repeating or repurposing a program from this summer’s AALL meeting.  

As you will see from the proposal form, we hope to offer different types of programming from traditional panels to deep dives.  We also plan to offer a program type for members to speak briefly (15 minutes with approximately 5 minutes for questions) on a new project or service known as “Teddy Talks” (hat tip to UGA for the name).  We also hope to receive proposals that will appeal to all law librarians. 

Submit proposals
Feel free to reach out to Jason Sowards (, or any member of the Program Committee, if you have any questions.  We look forward to seeing you in Raleigh!

Program Committee members:
Jane Bahnson (2017)
Eliza Fink (2017)
Nichelle Perry (2017)
Franklin Runge (2017)
Colleen Martinez Skinner (2017)
Todd Venie (2017)
Carol Watson (2017)

The Summer 2016 issue of the SEAALL Newsletter is now available!

SEAALL is missing past issues of the SEAALL Newsletter and needs your help to complete the collection. See the Newsletter section for more information.

Where should future SEAALL Annual Meetings be? See the Upcoming Meeting section for proposals!

Welcome to the Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries. SEAALL is a not-for-profit organization incorporated in Florida with the purposes of promoting law librarianship and developing and increasing the usefulness of law libraries, particularly those in the Southeastern area of the United States.

SEAALL was originally established in 1954 -- an expansion of the Carolinas Chapter (established in 1939 as AALL's first chapter). Today our membership is over 500 strong, representing law librarians from the private sector, government, academia, and more. For more on the history of SEAALL, please see From the SEAALL Attic by Hazel Johnson.

A continuing mission for SEAALL has always been to provide educational services for its members. This is primarily accomplished through the many educational offerings at our annual meeting and through instructive articles, pathfinders, and bibliographies in our newsletter, The Southeastern Law Librarian.