Sharon Wang joined the Law Library in 2006 as a Reference Librarian and became an adjunct faculty of the law school since 2008.
Prior to joining Osgoode, she worked at McGill University libraries’ Government Document Department, spent one summer at the Library of Parliament, and held various part-time positions at McGill Law Library.
Foreign, comparative, and international legal research methodology, copyright, Chinese law and legal research, artificial intelligence and legal education
- “Dutch Gateway to International Law and My Gateway to International Law Librarianship” forthcoming, International Journal of Legal Information.
- “Book review: Freedom of Information: The Law, the Practice and the Ideal”37 Canadian Law Library Review (2012) 29.
- “Book review: Peace and Justice at the International Criminal Court” 36Canadian Law Library Review (2011) 82.
- “Book review: the Idea of Authorship in Copyright”, 33 Canadian Law Library Review (2008) 462.
- “Book review: Halsbury’s Laws of Canada: Access to information and privacy”, 32 Can. Law Library Rev., (2007) 84.
- “From Law Student to Law Librarian: Here I Am!” in 31 Can. Law Library Rev., (2006) 72.
- International Copyright and Developing Countries: the Impact of the TRIPs Agreement, LL.M thesis, Institute of Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, McGill University.
- Legal Research and Writing for International Graduate Students
- Foreign, comparative and international legal research