About Us

About the SLLG

The Scottish Law Librarians Group (SLLG) was founded in 1988 and, in the years since, has been representing those working in Legal Libraries and Information Services either based in Scotland or with an interest in Scots Law.  It is a self-funded group: membership subscriptions directly provide the benefits of membership.

"Linking Law Librarians In Scotland"

The SLLG meets regularly and supports the professional development of members with a varied programme of visits, talks, training courses and networking events.  The SLLG bursary scheme provides members with access to funding for training and CPD events and practical day to day support is available to members via the discussion groups on the member forum area of the site.  There is a regularly posted SLLG blog which covers topical issues of interest to information professionals working within field of Scots Law. 

Our membership contains a variety of information professional backgrounds including library and information staff working in law firms, academic institutions, government, professional bodies and publishers. 

For more information on membership and to join online, please see our Membership pages.

The SLLG committee page provides more information about office bearers and committee members.

Key documents such as our constitution and, recruitment advertisement policy are available here.