Amy Kaufman

Head Law Librarian

B.A. - Queen's University
LL.B. - Queen's University
M.I.St. - University of Toronto
In progress - M.Res. (History of the Book) - University of London

Canadian Association of Law Libraries
Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing
Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History

  • 2019 - "'Now That We are Voting Citizens': A Canadian Suffragist's 'Excellent Book' Turns 100" (2019) 31:2 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 413-422.
  • 2019 - "Building a Monument in the Mind: Comparing Early Modern and Contemporary Legal Reading Through Sir John Dodderidge's The English Lawyer and Glanville Williams' Learning the Law" (2019) 44:3 Canadian Law library Review 8-15. [2020 Feature Article Award]
  • 2017 - with Eva Revitt & Alvin Schrader, 2016 Census of Canadian Academic Librarians: Cross Tables (16 June 2017) for the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians
  • 2016 - with Eva Revitt & Alvin Schrader, 2016 Census of Canadian Academic Librarians: User Guide and Results Summary (16 December 2016) for the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians
  • 2016 - "Restorative Justice: New Ways to Look at Old Ideas" (2016) 41:4 Canadian Law Library Review 12
  • 2016 - Interview with Aldo Arrango, "Law Librarianship in Peru" (2016) 41:1 Canadian Law Library Review 11
  • 2015 - with Leeann Beggs, Out of Practice: Exploring Legal Career Paths in Canada (Carswell, 2015)
  • 2015 - with Martha Bailey,"Should Civil Marriage Be Opened Up to Multiple Parties?" (2015) 64 Emory Law Journal 1747
  • 2013 - Op-Ed with Jeff Moon, "Farewell to Depository Services, a building block of democracy" Ottawa Citizen, 4 November 2013
  • 2011 - "A Different Question of Open Access: Is There a Public Access Right to Academic Libraries in the United States and Canada?" 103 Law Libr. J. 379, available from SSRN
  • 2010 - with Martha Bailey, Polygamy in the Monogamous World (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger - ABC-CLIO, 2010)
  • 2007 - "The Pro Se Patron in Canada" (2007) 32 Canadian Law Library Review 220
  • 2005 - "Expanding Recognition of Foreign Polygamous Marriages: Policy Implications for Canada" (co-authored with Martha Bailey, Bev Baines, and Bita Amani) in Polygamy in Canada: Legal and Social Implications for Women and Children - A Collection of Policy Research Reports (Ottawa: Status of Women Canada, 2005), available from SSRN
  • 2005 - "Polygamous Marriages in Canada" (2005) 21 Canadian Journal of Family Law 315

Contact

Lederman Law Library, Faculty of Law
Room 215A
(613) 533-2843