Amy Kaufman

Amy KaufmanAmy Kaufman is the head law librarian at Queen’s University.  She has co-authored Out of Practice: Exploring Legal Career Paths in Canada (Carswell, 2015) and Polygamy in the Monogamous World: Multicultural Challenges for Western Law and Policy (Praegar, 2010). A lawyer and librarian, she enjoyed delving into the legal aspects of librarianship in “A Different Question of Open Access: Is there a Public Access Right to Academic Libraries in the United States and Canada?” (2011) 103 Law Library Journal 379 (also available on SSRN).

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Who is the Canadian academic librarian? Results from the first CAPAL census
February 1, 2017
Canada’s academic librarians are relatively young, enjoy stable employment and are not racially diverse: these findings are among the highlights of the first census conducted by the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians. More user exploration of the data is encouraged by the association (CAPAL), which conducted a census of Canadian academic librarians between June
Amy Kaufman
February 1, 2017
Amy Kaufman is the head law librarian at Queen’s University.  She has co-authored Out of Practice: Exploring Legal Career Paths in Canada (Carswell, 2015) and Polygamy in the Monogamous World: Multicultural Challenges for Western Law and Policy (Praegar, 2010). A lawyer and librarian, she enjoyed delving into the legal aspects of librarianship in “A Different