Maryvon Côté

Maryvon Côté

maryvon.cote [at] 514-398-4715 x0354

Central Interlibrary Loan Service
McGill University Library
Redpath Library Building, 2nd floor, Room R2-21
3459 McTavish St.
Montreal, Quebec H3A 0C9

Liaison librarian

Responsible for the provision of a range of library and information services and collections to support teaching, learning, and research in law.


  • Master of Library and Information Studies, McGill University, Montréal, QC, June 2003
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, June 1999

Areas of interest

  • Legal research methods in Canadian and Comparative law
  • Collection management and assessment
  • Academic libraries and librarianship

Professional activities

  • Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL)
  • Montreal Association of Law Libraries (MALL)

Selected publications

Côté, M., Kochkina, S., & Mawhinney, T. (2016).  Do you want to chat?: Re-evaluating organization of virtual reference service at an academic library.  Reference and User Services Quarterly, 56 (1), 36-46.

Côté, M. (2015). Canada. In I. I. Kavass. & M. M. Prince (Eds.), World Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations: Volume 1 (110 p.).  Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein.

Côté, M. (2015). French. In I. I. Kavass. & M. M. Prince (Eds.), World Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations: Volume 1 (100 p.). Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein.

Johal, R. & Côté, M. (2013). Mining legal and business resources on Canadian banking. Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, vol. 8 (no. 1).

Côté, M. (2012). Building a transsystemic law library collection. In S. Holder (Ed.) Professional programs: Trends and best practices (pp. 327-340). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.        

Bujold, A., Bélanger, N., Pilon, I. & Côté, M. (2011). Qui sont les nouveaux professionnels de l’information?  Le Monde Juridique : le magazine des juristes du Québec, vol. 20 (no. 1), 19-23.


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