SEAALL Archive
 

SEAALL Archive

The Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (SEAALL) originated in 1937 with the formation of a small group of professional law librarians in North Carolina. This group eventually became the Carolinas Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries. In 1954, the American Association of Law Libraries recognized the Southeastern Chapter which joined the Carolinas Chapter with other law librarians in the southeast region.

This digital collection contains digitized material from SEAALL's physical archival holdings.

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Administrative Materials

Committee Materials

Correspondence

Founding Documents

Newsletters