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Navigating a Legal Future Shaped by Technology

By exploring the intersection of law and technology, our researchers are helping to navigate a future shaped by big data, artificial intelligence, blockchain and other technologies. We are examining the impacts of technological advancement on the rights and freedoms of individuals, as well as on society and the environment. Our research in this area includes questions related to intellectual property law, environmental law and constitutional law.





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 (PDF file) IPO Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property: call for views - Trade Marks
White, Marie, Alexandra Mogyoros & Dev S. Gangjee Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre (2020)
 (PDF file) Unnecessary and Redundant? Evaluating Canada’s Genetic Non Discrimination Act, 2017
Hammond, Kathleen, Canadian Bar Review (2020)
Social Media and Technology Monopolies: A Call to Action (external link) 
Levin, A. in Biro, P. (ed.) Constitutional Democracy Under Stress – A Time For Heroic Citizenship, Mosaic (2020)
 (PDF file) Relationally Speaking: The Implications of Treating Embryos as Property in a Canadian Context
Hammond, Kathleen, Canadian Journal of Family Law (2019)
 (PDF file) Study on Voluntary Registration and Deposit Systems: United States and China
Gangjee, Dev S. Graeme B. Dinwoodie, Alexandra Mogyoros & Baao Zhao. European Union Intellectual Property Office(2018)
 (PDF file) An ecofeminist perspective on new food technologies
Lee, Angela, Canadian Food Studies (2018)