Sharon Wang

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Sharon Wang joined the Law Library in 2006 as a Reference Librarian.

Prior to joining Osgoode, she worked at McGill University Government Document Department as a reference assistant (2005-2006), spent one summer at the Library of Parliament working for a digital preservation project, and held various part-time positions at McGill Law Library.

Research interests

Foreign, comparative, and international legal research methodology, international intellectual property, digital copyright, Chinese law and legal research.


  • “Dutch Gateway to International Law and My Gateway to International LawLibrarianship” 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 LawLibrary 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 LibraryRev., (2006) 72.
  • International Copyright and Developing Countries: the Impact of the TRIPsAgreement, LL.M thesis, Institute of Comparative Law, Faculty of Law,McGill University.

Conference Presentations

  • “How can technology enrich the experience of law students searching information globally?”, presented at the International Association of Law Schools Conference: Learning from Each Other- enriching the law school curriculum in an interrelated world, Soochow University, China, October 17-19, 2007.


  • Legal Research and Writing for International Graduate Students (Fall)

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