Conference

To foster the education of legal information professionals in the United States and China, CAFLL organizes a biennial conference.

Upcoming Conference

2017 CAFLL Conference: 

We are excited to announce that the next biennial conference will be held on June 1st -June 2nd , 2017, with an optional day of cultural events/tour on June 3rd , in Hangzhou, China. Planning for the biennial conference, tentatively with the theme “Reimagining Law Libraries”, is underway and members of the U.S. CAFLL Executive Board have begun discussions with librarians at Zhejiang University School of Law, the host of the upcoming biennial conference. The city of Hangzhou is famous for its scenic West Lake, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the host of the G20 Summit in September, 2016. Check out this short video on the scenic and cultural sites of the city of Hangzhou!

** Registration **: Early-bird registration – deadline February 28, 2017; Regular registration – deadline March 15, 2017

** Hotel Information ** to receive special rate.

Location: Lakeview Hotel, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China | 杭州望湖宾馆

Date: June 1-2, 2017 (June 3 2017 optional day of cultural/educational activities)

Sponsoring Institutions: Zhejiang University School of Law; AALL

Theme: Reimagining Law Libraries : Collaboration, Sharing and Win-Win | 共创 共享 共赢

Program: Tentative programs

 

Chinese CAFLL conference website:

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Previous Conferences:

October 8-11, 2015, Honolulu, Hawaii

June 10 – 12, 2013, Shanghai, China

July 22 – 23, 2011, City of Philadelphia, United States of America

May 28-30, 2009, Beijing, China

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