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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.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • Distinguished Article 2010 American Business Law Journal
  • Distinguished Article 2008 Journal of legal Studies Education


  • McGill, S. 2010. Consumer Arbitration Clause Enforcement: A Balanced Legislative Response. Volume 47(3) 361 – 413.
  • McGill, S. 2010. Small Claims Court Identity Crisis: A Review of Recent Reform Measures. Volume 49(2) 213 – 254.
  • McGill, S. 2008. Integrating Academic Integrity Education into the Business Law Course: How and Why?. Volume 25(2) 241- 282.
  • McGill, S. 2007. Consumer Arbitration and Class Actions: The impact of Dell Computer Corp. v. Union des consommateurs.
    Volume 45(3) 334 – 355.
  • McGill, S. 2007. Family Arbitration: One Step Forward Two Steps Back.Volume 21 49 – 62.
  • Assistant Professor, Business and Economics
  • Wilfrid Laurier University

  •  Office: P2040 (Laurier)
  • (519) 884-1970 | Ext.2353

  • LL.M., York University, 1998
  • LL.B., University of Western Ontario, 1980

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