International Association of Law Libraries

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The International Association of Law Libraries (IALL) is a worldwide organization of librarians, libraries, and other persons and institutions concerned with the acquisition and use of legal information emanating from sources other than their own jurisdictions. The basic purpose of the Association is to promote on a world-wide cooperative and non-profit basis the work of individuals, libraries and other organizations concerned with all aspects of legal information, and to facilitate the use of such information.

Founded in 1959, the IALL now has over 600 members in more than 50 countries on five continents. The members represent all types of legal collections ranging from academic law libraries of all sizes to corporate libraries, and from national and parliamentary libraries to administrative agency and court libraries.


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