Australia & New Zealand Email Lists
Members communicate via the email list alla.aus.nz which is primarily for Australian and New Zealand law librarians.
More info: https://groups.google.com/g/allaanz/about
Details for subscribing and posting to the ALLA National e-list are outlined below.
This in an open list to members and non-members of ALLA
The list is administered by the ALLA List Moderator and is governed by a Code of Conduct
To post a message to all the list, send an email to email@example.com
Subscribing to the ALLA email list
To sign up, follow these steps:
Sign in to Google Groups https://groups.google.com/
(if you don't have a Google account, instructions are below).
Select 'My Groups' from the left menu.
In the search bar at the top of the page, select 'All groups and messages' as the search option,
and then search for allaanz in the search bar.
Click on the alla-anz group.
Click on 'Ask to join group'.
Your request will then be sent to the group admin for approval.
Once the moderator has approved your request you will receive an email.
The email may go into your Junk or SPAM folder, so please check it.
Once you have been approved you can then send emails to the ALLA email list: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is recommended that you send the emails from your own email platform (such as Outlook, Gmail) not from the Google page.
If you do NOT have a Google account send an email to email@example.com so that we can add your details manually.
To Unsubscribe from the ALLA email list
Steps to unsubscribe:
Go to About (google.com)
Click on 'Leave group'
OR send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You will receive an email to say that you have been unsubscribed.
I do not have a gmail account. Can I subscribe to ALLA ANZ list with my work email?
Follow the instructions on the Google Gmail Guide: Sign in to your Google Account with another email address.
Once you have followed the instructions in the guide, following the instructions on subscribing to the ALLA email list. Ensure you are already logged into Google with your preferred email address.
Contact and support
For any queries about the ANZ List, please contact email@example.com
Email List Code of Conduct
Some ALLA State and Territory Divisions operate their own discussion lists for matters of local concern. These lists operate independently of ALLA Ltd and are managed and funded by the relevant division.
Members are encouraged to cross-post any discussion to both their divisional list as well as the national alla-anz list. Divisions are especially encouraged to cross post announcements of events to the national list, as interstate members travelling to your state may wish to attend.
Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Members can subscribe, unsubscribe or elect to have messages digested, visit the following web page: https://groups.google.com/g/alla-nsw/about
To post a message to all the list, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Territory does not currently host an automated email list, however announcements to the state may be forwarded to Lisa Capps - Lisa.Capps@sa.gov.au for redistribution to NT members.
The ALLA-SA mailing list is restricted to ALLA(SA) members. To subscribe or unsubscribe from the list (or to change your subscription options) visit: https://groups.google.com/g/alla-sa/about
To post a message to ALLA-SA send an email to: email@example.com
Please note this list is for state-related business and does not replace the national alla-anz-law-librarians list. Items of national interest should be posted to that list.
To request special permission to post to the list as a non-member, or for further information about the administration of ALLA-SA, send a message to the ALLA (SA) Divisional President, Lucy Brown: firstname.lastname@example.org
The ALLA-VIC mailing list is restricted to ALLA (Vic) members. To subscribe or unsubscribe from the list (or to change your subscription options) visit:
To post a message to ALLA-VIC send an email to: email@example.com
Please note: this list does not replace the national alla-anz-law-librarians list: items of national interest should be posted to that list.
All contributors to the email list are expected to read and comply with the Code of conduct.
For further information about the administration of ALLA-VIC, or to request special permission to post to the list as a non-member, send a message to the ALLA (Vic) Membership Coordinator - John Guerrato.
A local listserv "allawa" for members of the WA Division has been established to allow members to communicate on issues of local interest.
ANZACLL - Australian Academic Law Librarians list. The purpose of this list is to have an “academic” space to facilitate private discussion which is likely to be of interest, or relevance, to academic law librarians only. Membership is limited to academic law librarians, but the discussion is unmoderated. Find out more about the Australian Academic Law Librarians Group.
LAW-LIS - A UK list for news and discussion on legal information and law libraries. This list is for anyone to join.
BIALL (British and Irish Association of Law Librarians) - this email forum is for BIALL members only.
Law-Lib Listserv - a US based list. The law-lib list is unmoderated, but you do have to be a subscriber in order to post messages to the list. Most of the subscribers to law-lib are law librarians. All types of law librarians are welcome on this list: academic, law firm, court, government, etc. Other individuals with an interest in law librarianship are also welcome to subscribe. To subscribe: send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of the email please type "subscribe law-lib first name last name." Also see the FAQ page.
AALL (American Association of Law Librarians) - this association has many email forums. Most are open to AALL members only, but some are open to anyone to join.
CALL (Canadian Association of Law Libraries) - this list is open for anyone to join.
INT-LAW - this list is open to anyone to join and primarily serves as a forum for discussion and sharing of information concerning foreign, comparative, and international legal resources.