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Picket and Pickles

Grading season is in full swing and concludes what has been, by all accounts, an insane academic year. September started normally enough, with the addition of a new class to my portfolio: Nominate Torts, and its vastly random array of cases (slippery fowl + tulips + spring-gun = Bird v. Holbrook). Rumors of a looming […] Read more

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What CBC v. Sodrac tells us about technological change, and who should benefit from it

Some say that CBC v. Sodrac (2015 SCC 57) is not about copyright, but about balancing principles of statutory interpretation. Others say that it's about technological change and legislative technique. I believe CBC v. Sodrac is about technological change, and who should benefit from it. Giulia Forsythe, Brock University,  Centre for Pedagogical Innovation Explicitly Justice […] Read more

Adriane Porcin is an Assistant professor at Robson Hall (University of Manitoba Faculty of Law). She holds a Licence and Master degree from Aix-en-Provence's Faculty of Law, and a Master from Université de Perpignan, Faculty of Law. She is currently completing her doctoral thesis at the Université de Montréal.

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