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Reche McKeagueReché McKeague is Director of Research at the Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan. She was called to the Bar in 2006, and has since performed legal research in a number of different roles, including in private practice, for the Law Society of Saskatchewan, for the Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan, and now for the Law Reform Commission. Reché is a Director of the Federation of Law Reform Agencies of Canada, and an Elected Member on the CBA Saskatchewan Council.

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Ken Fox has worked as Reference Librarian with the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library since 2008, and served as librarian at Tapper Cuddy LLP in Winnipeg before that.



Mellanie1Melanie Hodges Neufeld is the Director of Legal Resources at the Law Society of Saskatchewan. In addition to being responsible for the administration of the traditional library, Melanie is responsible for developing and recommending a strategic plan for the management of legal information within the Law Society and the province.


alanAlan Kilpatrick is a reference librarian with the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library. He is new to legal librarianship, and brings a wealth of fresh ideas and energy to the practice. Alan has a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Western Ontario. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vancouver Island University.

Alan has previously had the opportunity to work with the Transport Canada Library in Ottawa, the Graduate Resource Centre at the University of Western Ontario, the Hippocampus Reading Foundation in India, and the Saskatchewan Legislative Library.

KellyLKelly Laycock is the Publications Coordinator at the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Linguistics from the University of Victoria, and prior to returning to Saskatchewan, she worked as a Production Editor and In-house Copyeditor for Orca Book Publishers. Over the years she has worked for a number of bookstores and libraries, but her love of language and good grammar can be traced back even further, to her first job as a bookseller for Sutherland Books in Regina in the 1990s.

sarahSarah Roussel-Lewis is a Library Technician at the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library. She received a Library and Information Technology Diploma in 2012. Sarah is bilingual (English and French) and has lived in Saskatchewan most of her life.

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