Christine Press
Biography

Christine Press (B.A., B.Ed., MLIS) is a law librarian at Alberta Law Libraries in Edmonton. Christine focuses her work on reference, research, training, and instruction for a diverse group of clients, including lawyers, articling students, and the public. Christine’s work in law libraries began in 2005 when she joined the Alberta Law Society Libraries (which later became part of Alberta Law Libraries). Christine holds a Library and Information Technician diploma from Seneca College, Toronto. In 2011, she earned her MLIS at the University of Alberta. Christine has been an active member of the planning committee for HeadStart, a legal research instruction program for articling students presented annually by the Edmonton Law Libraries Association.

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