Thursday, February 11, 2016

AALL Members Vote Down the Proposed Name Change

Members of the American Association of Law Libraries voted overwhelmingly to keep its name; a name that goes back to its formation in 1906. 80.11% of those voting, voted to keep the name, while 19.89% were in favor of the name change to the Association for Legal Information. 59.51% of AALL's membership voted in this election that has fueled much ongoing discussion.

For more information on the vote including a breakdown statistically of many of those voting, see

Information on the rebranding itself can be found here: This includes access to member discussions in the My Communities Discussion page (accessible to AALL members).

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