Shelley McGill is an assistant professor in the School of Business & Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University where she teaches graduate and undergraduate business law courses. She is an author of a leading Canadian business law textbook and a small claims court judge. Her research focuses on business consumer relationships and dispute resolution. Prior to joining Wilfird Laurier, Mrs. McGill practiced commercial law.
- McGill, S. (2010), " Consumer Arbitration Clause Enforcement: A Balanced Legislative Response" American Business Law Journal, Volume 47(3), 361 - 413
- McGill, S. (2010), "Small Claims Court Identity Crisis: A Review of Recent Reform Measures" Canadian Business Law Journal, Volume 49(2), 213 - 254
- McGill, S. (2008), "Integrating Academic Integrity Education into the Business Law Course: How and Why?" Journal of Legal Studies Education, Volume 25(2) 241- 282
- McGill, S. (2007), "Consumer Arbitration and Class Actions: The impact of Dell Computer Corp. v. Union des consommateurs" Canadian Business Law Journal, Volume 45(3), 334 - 355.
- McGill, S. (2007), "Family Arbitration: One Step Forward Two Steps Back" Journal of Law and Social Policy Volume 21, 49 - 62.
- Distinguished Article 2010 American Business Law Journal
- Distinguished Article 2008 Journal of legal Studies Education