Developing and Supporting 

Legal Information Specialists.

The Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) is dedicated to promoting the networking, professional development and career growth of all law librarians in Canada, no matter where they work. We are committed to promoting law librarianship, developing and increasing the usefulness of Canadian law libraries and fostering a spirit of co-operation among them, providing a forum for meetings of persons engaged in or interested in law library work, and co-operating with other organizations that tend to promote the objects of our Association or the interests of our members.

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This year, Ottawa is at the heart of the celebration for Canada 150. As we welcome you to CALL/ACBD 2017, we hope that you find both the conference and the city to be unforgettable. 

Our opening reception at the Canadian Museum of Nature is in the birthplace of Canada’s national museums this was the first building in Canada created to house a national museum. Greet old friends and meet new colleagues while admiring the castle-like architecture and the fascinating exhibits. 

Home to Parliament and to the Supreme Court of Canada, Ottawa is where Canada’s legislative and legal history has been created and preserved for 150 years. Our Social Committee has arranged tours of both the Library of Parliament and the Supreme Court, as well as a variety of other tours and walks highlighting the beauty and historic importance of the area. 

Our closing reception will be held at the Canadian Museum of History. The venue stands on the Quebec side of the Ottawa River, and boasts spectacular views of the city and Parliament Hill.

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Featured Member

Yasmin Khan

Head Librarian
City of Toronto Legal Services Library
Find out more about Yasmin, her professional experience, and how CALL has helped her professionally by visiting the CALL/ACBD Blog.

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Address: 411 Richmond Street East, Suite 200, Toronto, ON M5A 3S5
Phone: 647-346-8723

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As a CALL/ACBD member, your networks will be expanded exponentially! We are an organization dedicated to networking, developing and supporting legal information specialists. Click here to learn more!

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