|Australian Law Librarians' Association|
Web Enter was commissioned in 2008 by the Australian Law Librarians' Association (ALLA) to construct an interactive web site that allowed members to directly manage their own site. We created this site based on Joomla! and the site is maintained now by the members of the ALLA. Web Enter currently provides the hosting facility for this site.
Description of Client
The Australian Law Librarians' Association, formed in 1969, was originally known as the Australian Law Librarians' Group (ALLG). The ALLG was incorporated on 31 December 2001 and changed its name from the ALLG to the Australian Law Librarians' Association (ALLA) in 2007.
ALLA has more than 700 members across all states and territories and represents librarians and information professionals working in Australian law libraries - court, academic, government, law firm, and professional associations.
The Association aims to promote a network for Australian law librarians, provide forums for continuing education, advocate on behalf of the interests of law libraries and promote access to legal information within the wider community.
|Last Updated on Monday, 09 July 2012 10:34|