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  • Daniel Boyer elected Associate Member of the International Academy of Comparative Law

    Mtre Daniel Boyer’s work over the past two decades as Wainwright Librarian at the Gelber Law Library, McGill University and beyond has been once again recently underscored: in its most recent elections this July, the International Academy of Comparative Law elected him an “Associate Member”. Led by … Read more »

  • Bright Views at Law

    Nahum Gelber Law Library staff is looking forward to welcoming students back this fall with clean views via some freshly washed windows. The Law Library is privileged to boast an abundance of natural light, although in recent years our impressive fenestrations have become a little cloudy. Studies ha … Read more »

  • Sonia Smith & Mila Bozic Erkic Receive CLLR Feature Article Award

    The members of the Law Library would like to congratulate Sonia Smith, Liaison Librarian and Mila Bozic Erkic, Senior Circulation Clerk of the Nahum Gelber Law Library on winning the Canadian Law Library Review Feature Article Award for their article “Does a Wellness Collection Have a Place at a Law … Read more »

  • Daniel Boyer Elected Honorary Member of IALL

    Congratulations to Mtre Daniel Boyer, Ad. E., Wainwright Librarian and Head Librarian of the Nahum Gelber Law Library, on being elected an Honorary Member of the International Association of Law Libraries (IALL). Founded in 1959, IALL is an international association dedicated to comparative legal li … Read more »

  • Canadian Copyright Act Anniversary

    By Riley Klassen-Molyneaux, étudiant à la Faculté de droit de l’Université McGill, assistant de référence à la Bibliothèque Gelber. On June 4th, 2021, the Canadian Copyright Act will be turning 100. While the modern Copyright Act can be traced back to the British Statute of Anne (1709), it wasn’t un … Read more »