Leslie Taylor

Research and Instruction Librarian (Law)

Leslie Taylor is a Research and Instruction Librarian at Lederman Law Library. She provides legal research assistance and instruction to students and faculty at Queen’s University, as well as to other library patrons from the wider community.  She also participates in the development of the law library’s collection of print and electronic resources.

Legal Research and Writing

Law Librarianship

MLIS (University of Western Ontario)

MEd (Queen's University)

Canadian Association of Law Libraries
 

Canadian Association of Law Librarians, Committee to Promote Research (Co-Chair)

  • Poster presentation, Exploring the Cognitive Dimension of Online Legal Research, accepted at OLA Super Conference, January 31, 2020.
  • Poster presentation, Building a Sustainable Open Monograph Hosting Service (co-author Rosarie Coughlan), presented at OLA Super Conference, January 31, 2019.

(Recent):

  • Leslie Taylor, “Five Flippin’ Good Reasons to Flip Your Classroom” (Fall 2016) 25:1 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing 23.
  • Review of Justice and Authority in Immigration Law by Colin Grey, (2016) 41:3 Canadian Law Library Review 30.
  • Review of International Law: a Critical Introduction by Wade Mansell and Karen Openshaw, (2015) 40:2 Canadian Law Library Review 32
  • Review of Canadian Copyright Law, fourth edition by Lesley Ellen Harris, (2015) 40:2 Canadian Law Library Review 26
  • "The Opportunities and Challenges in the Adoption of E-Books in Academic Law Libraries" (2012) 37:4 Canadian Law Library Review 180

Contact

Lederman Law Library, Faculty of Law
Room 215C
(613) 533-6000 x32918