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Learn the skills and trends you need to successfully manage your law library and meet the needs of your institution. Leveraging the collective brain power of nearly 4,500 law librarians, AALL is dedicated to supporting the career development needs of law librarians through quality educational programming and events designed specifically for legal information professionals.

Use the AALL Competencies of Law Librarianship for organizing and tracking your continuing education as you identify areas for professional growth. Employers may use the Competencies to make hiring, evaluation, and promotion decisions and to make recommendations for professional development.

  • Library and Marketing: Why Can’t We be Friends?
    In this panel discussion, sponsored by the AALL PLLIP CI Group and the LMA Competitive Intelligence SIG, legal marketers and law librarians come together to speak about ways in which the relationship between these two departments can be strengthened for the mutual benefit of the firm.
  • Personal Strategic Planning: Creating A Vision-Driven Career
    The webinar will explore the why, what, and how of personal strategic planning. Participants will learn how to develop a plan for both professional and personal success, learn techniques to modify habits and counter procrastination, and more.
  • AALL @ LegalTech New York
    AALL members receive 30 percent off Master Passes; please contact AALL Membership Services for the promo code.
  • SANDALL Winter Institute 2017: Library Safety and Security
  • AALL Management Institute
    The 2017 AALL Management Institute will take place March 30 - April 1, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois.
  • 2017 NOCALL Spring Institute
    The program will include sessions on how California regulations are promulgated, how to find current regulations, how to research regulatory history, and much more!
  • SEAALL 2017
    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.