Membership Benefits

The Canadian Association of Law Libraries represents the wide variety of law library interests across Canada. It provides a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among members and fosters co-operation among Canadian law libraries.

As an Association member, you have access to a network of experts in legal information management and retrieval. Whether you are part of the staff of a large library or work in a one-person library, you can benefit from the contacts you will make through the CALL/ACBD. With contacts across the country and in all types of law libraries, whatever the task at hand, someone else in the Association almost certainly has experience which can help you.

As a CALL/ACBD member, your networks will be expanded exponentially! We are an organization dedicated to networking, developing and supporting legal information specialists.

  • Our electronic newsletter, InSession, to help keep you informed;
  • Awards and scholarships programs to provide funding for education, conference attendance and research projects;
  • Discounted attendance rates for Association conferences, publications and other activities;
  • Free participation in CALL/ACBD webinars;
  • Participation in Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and standing committees
  • Opportunity to stand for office on the Executive Board
  • Access to members only materials on the CALL/ACBD website;
  • Access to a variety of information sources, publications and reports such as the Salary Survey;

  • Discounts for conference registrations with other associations;
  • Sneak peeks for new vendor products and offerings, vendor networking and a vendor relations committee to raise shared issues;

  • The opportunity to forge your own path by proposing new SIGs, educational programs, workshops, and services;

  • The opportunity contribute to the industry through publishing in our trade journal, participating in speaking engagements, panels or forums; or by publishing on our shared blogs platform on the website.
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