October Brown Bag - BYOB, Best in Basics Edition

Please join VALL for our October Brown Bag Bring Your Own Book (BYOB), Best in Basics Edition. Members are encouraged, but not required, to bring a book from their collection that best fits the BYOB theme. See event post for details!

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Members

Find out more about VALL's membership, including our honoured and lifetime members, the Peter Bark Bursary, and more.

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VALL Review

Published since the Fall of 1988, the VALL Review is our association's feature publication. Find out more about the latest events, read our member articles, and discover more about law librarianship across Canada.

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Job Postings

Any VALL member is welcome to post a job on the VALL website. Postings will be removed 30 days after the application deadline; or 60 days after the initial publication date.

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VALL Events

Been to a VALL lunch recently? How about one of our morning coffee meetups? Both upcoming and past events are detailed here -- including archived speakers notes and presentations.

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