As Harper Grey’s Librarian, Danielle Brosseau manages the firm’s extensive print and electronic collections, provides legal and business research and reference services to all practice areas, and facilitates the retention and sharing of the firm’s legal knowledge.
Danielle maintains the firm’s library databases including those for legal memoranda and opinions, monitors trends in specific areas of law, and manages current awareness services. She also designs and provides training on library resources with a focus on legal research skills for our lawyers, students, and staff.
Prior to joining Harper Grey, Danielle managed the library operations at a regional law firm in Toronto. She was previously the Manager of Information Services at a leading law firm in Bermuda. During her career Danielle has worked in various other libraries including the Diana M. Priestly Law Library at the University of Victoria and the Nunavut Court of Justice Law Library in Iqaluit.
Danielle obtained her Master of Library Science degree in 2000 from the University of Toronto, and Bachelor of Arts degree in 1995 from McMaster University. She is an active member of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL), Vancouver Association of Law Libraries (VALL), American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), and British Columbia Legal Management Association (BCLMA) – Knowledge Management subsection.
Danielle recently relocated to BC from Ontario with her family and they are looking forward to enjoying the many activities living on the West Coast provides.