Marina Pavlovic, Associate Professor, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law
Professor Pavlović is a member of the Centre for Law, Technology and Society and is the coordinator of the Law & Technology and the Dispute Resolution and Professionalism options. She holds a law degree from the Faculty of Law at the University of Belgrade (Serbia), an LL.M with a concentration in Law & Technology from the University of Ottawa, and is called to the Ontario bar.
Her research expertise is in consumer rights in contemporary cross-border digital society and technology policy and regulation. She is a lead counsel for the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic, as an intervener before the Supreme Court of Canada, in Wellman v Telus, and was a co-counsel in Douez v Facebook and Haaretz.com v Goldhar.
In June 2018, Professor Pavlović was appointed by the Ministers of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada and Canadian Heritage to the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel, a seven-member expert panel tasked with reviewing Canada's communication legislative framework.
Professor Pavlović was a Gowlings Fellow in Technology Law in 2002. Prior to joining the University of Ottawa as an Assistant Professor in 2007, Professor Pavlović was an in-house counsel for a telecommunication company in Belgrade (Serbia); an of-counsel with a law firm in Salzburg (Austria), where she practiced in the area of international commercial arbitration; and was a Part-Time Professor at the Common Law Section (2004-2007).