Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law Libraries (CAFLL) is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Pennsylvania on February 1, 2010. It was granted the Federal income tax exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as of February 1, 2010.


The Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law Libraries (CAFLL) promotes the accessibility of legal information and fosters the education of legal information professionals in the United States and China.


The rule of law in China and the United States is strengthened by a recognition of the central role professional law librarians play in collecting, organizing and making accessible each nations’ legal information.


1. Collaboration between Chinese and American legal information professionals
2. Development of CAFLL into an ethical, inclusive, collaborative, and innovative organization.

Core Values & Evolving Roles of Legal Information and Information Professionals

Previous Conferences

CAFLL has had six successful biennual conferences.
First Conference

First Conference

Beijing 2009

Xiangshan Statement

Second Conference

Second Conference

Philodelphia 2011

Program Co-Chair: Wei Luo and Sergio Stone

Third Conference

Third Conference

Shanghai 2013

Collaboration: Information, Access, and Partnership

Fourth Conference

Fourth Conference

Honolulu 2015

Challenges, Competencies, Opportunities

Fifth Conference

Fifth Conference

Hangzhou 2017

Reimagining Law Libraries :
Collaboration, Sharing and Win-Win
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Sixth Conference

Sixth Conference

Washington DC 2019

Evolving Technology and Evolving Strengths in Academic Law Libraries

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