The AALL LexisNexis Research Grant Jury is accepting applications through December 1, for grants from the AALL Research Fund (An Endowment Established by LexisNexis). The jury may allocate $5,000 between one or more applicants seeking funding for research that advances the AALL’s Research Agenda, which seeks to stimulate “a diverse range of scholarship related to and supportive of the profession of law librarianship.”
Established in July 2000, the grant funds research projects that create, disseminate or use legal and library-related information. For inspiration, review the list of topics awarded grants in past years (under the heading “Recipients” 2000 – 2017, at bottom of page) and explore the 16 broad research topics outlined in the AALL Research Agenda.
If you have a research project that may benefit from this grant, review the complete guidelines and apply. As the guidelines state, the research should be completed within one year and the final product published. Grants will be awarded and announced by the end of December.