Frequently Asked Questions
Last updated: June 2022
WHAT IS THE AALL ANNUAL MEETING & CONFERENCE?
The AALL Annual Meeting & Conference brings together collaborators from across the legal information profession for tailored learning and networking. It is the event for the legal information community to connect, gather, and exchange ideas and best practices.
WHAT ARE THE DATES FOR FUTURE ANNUAL CONFERENCES?
Please visit the AALL Annual Meeting & Conference site for up-to-date information about the Annual Meeting.
CAN NONMEMBERS ATTEND AALL CONFERENCES AND EDUCATIONAL EVENTS?
Yes, individuals who are not currently members of AALL are welcome to attend and participate. AALL members enjoy discounts on registration fees, which can be found on the Member Benefits page.
WILL THE 2022 AALL ANNUAL MEETING & CONFERENCE BE HELD IN PERSON?
The 2022 AALL Annual Meeting & Conference will be held July 16-19 in Denver, Colorado. We continue to monitor local and federal COVID-19 guidelines, and we will notify all members if anything changes.
WHAT COVID-19 PROTOCOLS ARE CURRENTLY IN PLACE FOR THE ANNUAL MEETING?
AALL is committed to making the AALL Annual Meeting a safe event. All Annual Meeting & Conference participants will be required to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 PCR test, taken within 48 hours of attending the conference prior to entry. Proof of vaccination (original vaccination card, printed copy, photo copy, email copy, or QR code) or proof of a negative test result (receipt provided by test administrator) must contain your name and be accompanied by a matching piece of government-issued ID.
WHERE DO I FIND INFORMATION ABOUT HOW TO DEVELOP AND SUBMIT A PROGRAM PROPOSAL?
Explore all our program planning resources. Find answers to frequently asked questions about proposing a program.
WHERE DO I FIND INFORMATION FOR SPEAKERS AT THE IN-PERSON AALL ANNUAL MEETING & CONFERENCE?
Find answers to frequently asked questions about speaking at the conference along with other helpful information.