The Minnesota Association of Law Libraries was organized in 1955 with ten members as a regional chapter of AALL, the American Association of Law Libraries. The Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws are the principal documents governing the Association.
MALL Mission Statement
The Minnesota Association of Law Libraries (MALL) supports and serves its members in their professional pursuits. MALL provides opportunities for educational growth, service to the community, promotes law librarianship as a profession, and a platform for advocacy on issues and social concerns in the law library community. MALL is committed to a culture that promotes diversity in both its membership and in the law librarian profession. MALL cultivates a spirit of cooperation among its members and other entities by supporting interests in legal information, information policy, and access to legal information for all Minnesotans.
To achieve its mission MALL has the following goals: