Greg Wurzer, B.A. (Alberta), MLIS (B.C.) is currently the head librarian at the University of Saskatchewan Law Library. Greg has fostered strong relations with Library Administration and the College of Law Faculty, the Native Law Centre of Canada, the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, the broader university academic community, and the Law Society of Saskatchewan. He served for three years on University Council as a member of the Academic Programs Committee. Other past positions include Greg’s role as librarian for the Policing in British Columbia Commission of Inquiry with the Honourable Mr. Justice Wally T. Oppal, Commissioner and as a librarian with Aboriginal Affairs & Northern Development (Vancouver). Greg also has public library experience at Vancouver and Surrey public library systems. Greg has taught legal research for 11 years. As a result of teaching, he has developed a strong research interest in the way in which students find information using both print and digital formats. Greg has published and presented co-authored works on electronic legal citators, spyware, and legal tax databases. Areas of research interest include the impact of technology on the practice of law in the north, medieval law, and evidence-based librarianship.