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University of Ottawa, Centre for Law, Technology and Society

The goal of the Centre for Law, Technology and Society is to research, analyse and shed light on the complex and interdependent relationships between law, technology and society. A joint initiative of the Common Law and Civil Law Sections of University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, this centre for research, student training and knowledge dissemination brings together independent scholars and professors interested in its strategic areas of research, which include a wide variety of subjects relating to law and technology in its broadest sense and from multiple perspectives, such as information technology; intellectual property; biotechnology; bioethics; science, technology and society; human rights; governance and public policy; enabling technologies and e-transactions; digital media and communications; safety and security; privacy and access to information; and traditional knowledge.

PRIMARY CONTACT

Victoria Schorr

Coordinator, UOttawa

  • 57 Louis-Pasteur Street, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5

  • +1 613 562 5800 ext. 3097

  • ottawa@openair.africa