Windsor Law professor Myra Tawfik (left) along with LTEC Lab scholar-in-residence Karima Bawa wrote an opinion piece for the Globe and Mail regarding the arms race of innovation and intellectual property being critical to Canadian efforts.
The authors note that we are witnessing a surge of new technologies and an aggressive pursuit for global dominance through IP ownership. In an economic race to the top, if Canada donesn't step up our IP game we risk being left behind.
— Published on Jul 2nd, 2019
— Published on May 29th, 2019
— Published on Dec 6th, 2018
Myra J. Tawfik, “Copyright History as Book History: The Law in Multidisciplinary Context”, in Torremans, P., ed., Research Handbook on Copyright Law
Second Edition, (Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2017)
Windsor Law is pleased to announce that Professor Myra Tawfik has taken on the role of Acting Dean, and Professor Maggie Liddle has taken on the role of Acting Associate Dean.
— Published on Jul 5th, 2017
On March 1, Professor Myra Tawfik was invited by Senator Art Eggleton to address a Senate Liberal Open Caucus meeting in Ottawa. The subject of the session was “Countering Counterfeits” and Professor Tawfik spoke about the difficulties Canadian innovative start-ups face in relation to global online counterfeiting and piracy. Among the others speaking at the session was Windsor Law Grad Georgina Danzig '88.
View the session here.
— Published on Mar 8th, 2017
Professor Myra Tawfik was quoted in a cbc.ca article by Don Pittis entitled: "Liberals' infrastructure boost overlooks need to support Canadian innovators."
— Published on Nov 2nd, 2016
— Published on Dec 20th, 2016
Professor Myra Tawfik was elected President of the Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture/ Association Canadienne pour l’etude de l’histoire du livre at its annual general meeting in May.
— Published on Jun 21st, 2016
Tawfik named EPICentre Professor in Intellectual Property Commercialization and Strategy.
— Published on Jul 22nd, 2016