L'ACBD organise plusieurs activités et événements pour aider nos membres à se tenir à jour et à suivre l'évolution de notre secteur, dont: 

  • une série de webinaires sur une variété de sujets. Les participants inscrits ont accès à un enregistrement audio-visuel de chaque session.  
  • La conférence annuelle rassemble nos membres pour une expérience sociale et éducative de 4 jours, don't un des elements clés est la salle des exposants. Les exposants de partout dans le monde viennent présenter leurs produits nouveaux, anciens et à venir pour des bibliothécaires privés, gouvernementaux et institutionnels.
  • L’Institut pour les nouveaux bibliothécaires de droit, connu par son sigle anglais NLLI, est un programme intensif de quatre jours parrainé par l’ACBD/CALL dont le but est d’aider les bibliothécaires de droit à améliorer leurs compétences en bibliothéconomie juridique. Le programme comprend des cours spécialisés offerts par des professeurs et des bibliothécaires de droit, des classes de petite taille et un mélange de cours magistraux et de travaux pratiques.

Upcoming events

    • 22 Apr 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom

    An Invite from Shaunna Mireau.

    I identify as a law librarian. That is always the beginning of a conversation about what I did when I was a full time worker and the career that I have now in my hydra-retired state.

    I often overheard people in my law firm organization describe their projects and thought, “I should be working on that with them.” Sometimes I would jump in and participate – that is my personality. At the end of my law firm career I was not practicing as a law librarian. Still, CALL/ACBD continued (as it does today) to be personally relevant to me.

    More and more often, members of CALL/ACBD, and those who I wish were members, are doing things that may not seem to be the job of a law librarian.

    Is this you? Are you working on things that, when identifying as a law librarian, are not your job? This is a forum for people who are applying librarian skills in non-traditional environments. People like Business Analysts, UX experts, people who are exploring emerging technologies or helping organizations manage data. Let’s talk about our broad CALL/ACBD tent and how we can help each other and support each other in doing things that are not really our job. Especially if they are really your job but aren’t traditional law librarian roles.

    Thanks to CALL/ACBD for offering the Association Zoom account to facilitate sharing for any kind of Legal Information Specialists. Thanks to my cohost, Wendy Reynolds, for this meetup.

    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)

    Our next Board meeting will take place on this date. Members are invited to attend.

    Please contact National Office for details. An agenda will be posted on the website in advance. Agendas and minutes are all available on the website in the members section under "Member Resources."

    • 13 May 2021
    • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (EDT)

    Our next Board meeting will take place on this date. Members are invited to attend.

    Please contact National Office for details. An agenda will be posted on the website in advance. Agendas and minutes are all available on the website in the members section under "Member Resources."

    • 26 May 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 04 Jun 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Virtual via Pheedloop

    Join us from Wednesday, May 26th – Friday, June 4th, 2021 for the Annual CALL/ACBD Conference held Virtually. The Annual CALL/ACBD Conference brings together over 250 legal information professionals from across Canada and beyond for a five-day professional development and networking experience. Our conference is highlighted by our exhibitor showcase of leading legal vendors eager to connect with library professionals. Learn about innovative products and solutions applicable to all legal information libraries: private, law society, government, academic and corporate.


    CALL/ACBD has curated a program set around our five (5) key themes:

    Data and Legal Information
    Services and Technology
    Social Justice
    History Meets Innovation
    Resilience and Reinvention

    Non-Member Pricing*

    This year, as a bonus, non-member pricing includes a complimentary CALL/ACBD membership! With your 2021 Virtual Conference registration you automatically become a CALL/ACBD member and can access all member benefits beginning the day after the purchase date of your conference ticket. You will receive a welcome email within two business days of your registration. We encourage you to finish filing out your profile and explore your member benefits.

    *Memberships are non-transferable, non-refundable and expire on December 31, 2021.


    If you are registered for the conference and need to cancel, you must send written notice of cancellation to the CALL/ACBD Management Office (c/o Melanie Smilynov) by May 14, 2021 to receive a full refund. No refunds will be given after May 14, 2021. For Non-Members, the CALL membership included in your purchase is non-refundable. if you have registered for the Non-Member rate (Early Bird), you can only be refunded a total of $75. If you have registered for the Non-Member rate (Regular), you can only be refunded a total of $100.

    La période d’inscription au congrès 2021 de l’ACBD/CALL est maintenant ouverte!

    Joignez-nous du mercredi 26 mai au vendredi 4 juin 2021, pour le congrès virtuel de l’ACBD/CALL. Le congrès annuel de l’ACBD/CALL réunit plus de 250 professionnels de l’information juridique de partout au Canada et d’ailleurs pendant cinq jours d’activités de perfectionnement professionnel et de réseautage. Notre congrès offre aussi un salon des exposants réunissant de grands fournisseurs dans le domaine juridique désireux de tisser des liens avec les bibliothécaires professionnels. Vous y découvrirez des solutions et des produits novateurs applicables aux bibliothèques juridiques dans tous les secteurs : privé, barreau, gouvernement, université et entreprise.


    CALL/ACBD a développé un programme autour de cinq (5) thèmes: 

    Données et informations juridiques
    Services et technologies
    Justice sociale
    Histoire et innovation
    Résilience et réinvention

    • 27 May 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)

    Please save Thursday May 27, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. EST for the CALL/ACBD Annual General Meeting. Further details regarding the AGM will follow at a later date.

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