Book Reviewers Wanted
If you would like to write a book review for the International Journal of Legal Information, the journal of the International Association of Law Libraries, please send an email of interest to Thomas Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of titles.
Reviews are typically between two and four pages in length and are published three times a year. A list of books available for review is sent out at least two months in advance of the deadline for each issue. Once you choose a book to review, it will be sent to you to keep. This is a great opportunity to publish.
The Foreign, Comparative and International Law SIS began in 1985, but has been in existence since 1947, albeit under varying names. Our primary objective is to serve as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information on foreign, comparative and international law. The SIS also represents members' interests and concerns within AALL.
FCIL sponsors a rapidly expanding schedule of educational opportunities through programs, institutes, and workshops each year. The members share expertise among themselves and with other librarians. They write, speak, consult and otherwise provide assistance to others through active discussions and information sharing on INT-LAW and the FCIL.