The Supreme Court of Canada cited scholarship into intellectual property by Windsor Law professor Myra Tawfik in a decision last month.
Law professor Pascale Chapdelaine will take up a position this fall as a research fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society.
A panel will discuss “E-Commerce, Algorithms, Big Data, Consumer Deception, and Protection” at noon Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the Moot Court.
Intellectual property scholars from across Canada signed on to a brief on copyright submitted to Parliament by Windsor Law professors.
The “Copyright User Rights and Access to Justice Symposium” is slated for May 18 and 19 in the Freed-Orman Centre, Assumption Hall.
Richard Wagner, justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, will participate in Windsor Law’s judge in residence program Wednesday and Thursday.
The University of Windsor’s focus on teaching proved attractive to new faculty members attending orientation this week. Sessions Monday and Tuesday focused on the research and teaching requirements to establish and academic career, segueing into the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s Summer Series.
“There are so many people here for me to learn from,” said Noel Semple, who began a position in the Faculty of Law last month. “The teaching technology is light years ahead.”