CALL/ACBD publishes a number of documents and reports related to law librarianship in Canada. Information on our various publications can be found by clicking on the applicable links in the navigation on the left of the screen. Information about ordering publications can be obtained from the CALL/ACBD National Office.
Canadian Law Library Review (CLLR) is the official journal of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries. It is published, open access, four times per year (Febuary 1, May 1, August 1, November 1). Please note that as of mid-2015 the CLLR is no longer provided in print and is exclusively published online.
Volume 43, no. 1
Volume 43, no. 2
Volume 43, no. 3
Volume 43, no. 4
Volume 42, no. 1
Volume 42, no. 2
Volume 42, no. 3
Volume 42, no. 4
2015Volume 40, no. 1
Volume 40, no. 2
Volume 40, no. 3
Volume 40, no. 4
2014Volume 39, no. 1
Volume 39, no. 2
Volume 39, no. 3
Volume 39, no. 4
2013Volume 38, no. 1
Volume 38, no. 2
Volume 38, no. 3/4
Access and search past issues (1970-) of the Canadian Law Library Review on HeinOnline
View the cumulative index (volumes 26 - 42).
Four times each year CLLR/RBDC is published online, free of charge and shared with approximately four hundred and seventy-five members of CALL/ACBD in all types of Canadian law libraries.
Feature Editors: Hannah Steeves: email@example.com; Stef Alexandru: firstname.lastname@example.org
View the current CLLR style guide.
Call for Submissions:
Canadian Law Library Review/Revue canadienne des bibliothèques de droit, the official publication of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries, publishes news, developments, articles, reports and reviews of interest to its members. Surveys and statistical reviews prepared by the Association’s Committees and Special Interest Groups, regional items and the proceedings of the Association’s annual conference are also published. Contributions are invited from all CALL members and others in the library and legal communities. Bibliographic information on relevant publications, especially government documents and material not widely publicized, is requested. Items may be in English or French. Full length articles should be submitted to the Features Editor and book reviews to the Book Review Editor. All other items should be sent directly to the Editor. Prior to publication, all submissions are subject to review and editing by members of the Editorial Board or independent subject specialists; the final decision to publish rests with the Editorial Board. If requested, articles will undergo independent peer review. Items will be chosen on their relevance to the field of law librarianship. For copies of the Style Guide please consult the CALL website at . The Association is unable to make any payment for contributions. Authors will receive one complimentary copy of their article upon publication. The Canadian Association of Law Libraries does not assume any responsibility for the statements advanced by the contributors to, and the advertisers in, the Association’s publications. Editorial views do not necessarily represent the official position of the Association. Canadian Law Library Review/Revue canadienne desbibliotheques de droit is indexed in the Index to Canadian Legal Literature, Index to Canadian Legal Periodical Literature, Legal Information and Management Index, Index to Canadian Periodical Literature, and Library and Information Science Abstracts.
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The KF Modified Classification Committee oversees the development of KF Modified (KF Classification Modified for Use in Canadian and Common Law Libraries).
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CALL/ACBD has worked to assemble the following surveys and papers to reflect the state of affairs in Canadian Law Libraries.
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Options for legal information specialists are many and diverse. This book explains how to enter this engaging field, the types of opportunities available, and how to make career advancements. Written and compiled by an experienced law librarian, with chapters contributed by other seasoned legal information professionals, this book tells you what it's like to work in a particular work environment - ranging from the court house library to a law firm library, the law society to a legislative library. This insightful book also tells you how to find a job in that environment, what to expect in that sector, and the rewards and challenges that you'll encounter.
Citation: Annette Demers; Legal Information Specialists: A Guide to Launching and Building Your Career. (A CALL/ACBD Publication by LexisNexis, 2013). vMore