CALL, as the Chicago Association of Law Libraries is known, is governed by an elected, seven-member Executive Board. The Association’s activities are planned and carried out by various committees.
At least four regular meetings are scheduled every year.
The CALL Bulletin is the official newsletter of the Association. Published four times per year, the Bulletin includes both feature articles and regular columns, such as “Techbuzz” and “People and Places.”
The Association publishes a Membership Directory, which includes listings of individual members and their organizations. Access to the Directory is limited to members only.
CALL’s Continuing Education Committee schedules a variety of programs of interest to members and their staffs. The programs draw upon the expertise of individuals from within and outside the Association and may be geared to either beginning or experienced law librarians. Topics are based upon the needs and suggestions of CALL’s members.
CALL’s Placement & Recruitment Committee sends notices of available professional and non-professional law library positions to interested job seekers via the CALL listserv and the CALL website.
Membership Classes and Dues
|Active||Works with legal information in a library or information center or provides library services on an independent contract basis.||$35.00|
|Student||Enrolled in a degree program related to law librarianship. Limited to five consecutive years.||$10.00|
|Retired||Retired from library work and was an active member of CALL for at least ten consecutive years.||$10.00|
Chicago Association of Law Libraries
P. O. Box 1767
Chicago, IL 60690