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Librarian Associations

American Association of Law
Libraries (AALL)

The AALL supports and serves its members, promotes and enhances the value of law libraries, fosters law librarianship, and provides leadership and advocacy in the field of legal information and information policy. AALL Task Force to Enhance Law Librarianship Education.

American Library Association (ALA)

The ALA's mission is to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of library and information services and the profession of librarianship to enhance learning and ensure access to information.

American Society for Information Science
and Technology (ASIST)

ASIST bridges the gap between disciplines of interest to information professionals. Its members are researchers, developers, and end users whose work involves emerging technologies and applications.

Association for Library and Information
Science Education (ALISE)

The mission of ALISE is to promote excellence in research, teaching, and service for library and information science education.

International Association of Law
Libraries (IALL)

The IALL's basic purpose is to facilitate the work of librarians worldwide who acquire, process, and utilize foreign and international legal resources that emanate from sources outside their own jurisdictions.

Library and Information Technology
Association (LITA)

LITA, a division of ALA, provides a forum, a learning environment, and a program for actions on the design, development, and implementation of automated and technological systems in the library and information science field.

Special Libraries Association (SLA)

SLA is the international association representing the interests of thousands of information professionals in 60 countries. The SLA Legal Division addresses concerns unique to librarians practicing in private law firms, businesses, and government libraries.