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About Kim Nayyer

Kim Nayyer LLB ('92) MLIS ('01) is a law librarian at the University of Victoria, where she focuses on collection development, instruction, and digital community engagement. Kim is also a non-practicing member of the Bars of Alberta (1994) and Ontario (2004). While a research lawyer at a small Edmonton firm in the mid-90s, she managed the library and helped build a knowledge management system. Kim was also a research lawyer in large firms in Calgary and Toronto and at the courts, in which settings she worked with others to design legal research instruction programs and reference resources.

Posts by Kim Nayyer

Notes From CALL-ACBD 2012

Legal Sources Part One: Law Reform Materials

Who Does Legal Research?

Research Plugged-In, Too

A Lament for Legal History

The Virtual Chase – Soon to Be No More

The Information Literate Legal Researcher

One Laptop Per Child (Or Grownup?)

Online Adjournments in Calgary

A Child’s Review of the XO Laptop

Another Research Lawyer in the Courts Kindles Its Kindle

Article on Print vs. Electronic Research

The Blue Pages?

Connie on Web 2.0

Is Canada a Haven for Pirates?