ALLA Outstanding Achievement Award
The ALLA Outstanding Achievement Award (formerly known as the Australian Law Librarian of the Year Award) was established in 2006. The award recognises and celebrates the dedicated work and achievement conducted by Law Librarians. The award was an initiative of the retired Legal Library Services(LLS) founder Brian Murray. Note: this award is under review for the current year.
Ted Glasson Australian Law Librarian Award
The Ted Glasson Australian Law Librarian Award is sponsored by the Australian Law Librarian (ALL) the official journal of the Australian Law Librarians' Association. An annual award of $300.00 will be presented for the best feature length article published in the Australian Law Librarian.
The 2013 Ted Glasson Award Panel includes:
This certificate will be awarded to a member of the Australian Law Librarians’ Association who has made a significant contribution to ALLA or to the profession of law librarianship.
This may include:
Nominations will be considered by the National President and the President or a representative from each Division.
Presentation of Certificates
In 2011 the former Pacific Scholarship became the Pacific Assistance Award.
This monetary award will provide an opportunity for a Pacific Law Library staff member, such as a library manager, librarian or library assistant, to improve capacity within their library workplace and therefore benefit the library and the law and justice sector agency they work in.
For example, the award could be used to:
Three Assistance Awards may be granted each year:
The application form and award guidelines are available below.
Pacific Award Application Form (PDF version)
Pacific Award Application Form (MS Word version)
Pacific Assistance Award 2012
Announcement by the ALLA President, Lisa Sylvester, on 18 September 2012:
"I am pleased to announce that the successful applicant who was awarded the Pacific Islands Law Libraries assistance award for 2012 was the University of the South Pacific. The amount of the award is $1500 which will be provided for the following:
'Use the funds to expand the law collection at Laucala, placing emphasis on purchasing reference works and recent treatises in the areas offered by USP. Subject areas needing enhancement include environmental law, health law, equity, and company law.'
On behalf of ALLA we thank Julie Reynolds for taking the time to apply on behalf of USP."
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