Law Library Journal

Since 1908, Law Library Journal (LLJ) has been the official peer-reviewed journal of the American Association of Law Libraries. Scholarly articles on law, legal materials, and librarianship are the mainstay of the Journal. Practice-oriented articles and historical records of the profession and Association are also included. LLJ is published quarterly (winter, spring, summer, and fall), and available as a digital-only publication, with a print on demand option.

The PDF edition of Law Library Journal is provided to anyone who would like access to its content and includes individual PDF files for each article within an issue.


The digital edition ofLaw Library Journal provides AALL members, with access to the full LLJ archive on HeinOnline that includes active links to cited content that is part of the HeinOnline collections.*

(AALL Members Only)

Links to 20,000+ citations, and counting, from:

  • AALL Publications Library
  • Bar Journals
  • Canada Supreme Court Reports
  • Case law
  • Early American Case Laws
  • English Reports Full Reprint
  • Federal Register
  • Foreign & International Law Resources Database
  • Law Journal Library
  • Library of Congress Classification (Dershem)
  • New York Legal Research Library
  • Session Laws Library
  • Spinelli’s Law Library Reference Shelf
  • State Reports
  • U.S. Congressional Documents
  • U.S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals
  • U.S. Statutes at Large
  • U.S. Supreme Court Reports
  • U.S. Treaties & Agreements

*Excludes American Law Institute, Kluwer Law International Journal Library, United Nations Law Collection, and Hague Academy of Collected Courses Online).