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Droit et littérature

PASSÉ, PRÉSENT ET LGBTQ+ (NON-) FICTION

In french Dans le cadre du Cycle de conférences « Droit et Littérature: Représentations littéraires des identités et transcriptions juridiques », nous vous invitons à la conférence «PASSÉ, PRÉSENT ET LGBTQ+ (NON-) FICTION» présentée par Gabriel Cholette.   Conférencier Gabriel Cholette est docteur, chargé de cours à l’Université de Montréal et auteur de «Les carnets de […] Read more

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Artificial Intelligence and Access to Justice: Perspectives from the legal and technical domain

  Speakers Nye Thomas | Nye Thomas is the Executive Director of the Law Commission of Ontario. Nye has more than 20 years’ experience leading sophisticated, multidisciplinary projects in Ontario’s justice sector. Daniel “Dazza” Greenwood | Dazza is a Lecturer and Researcher at the MIT Media Lab, focusing on public policy, information technology and innovation […] Read more

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Sisyphus and the Present : Time in Modern and Digital Legalities

As part of the conference series “Law and Literature: Literary Representations of Legal Identities and Transcriptions”, we invite you to the conference “Sisyphus and the Present : Time in Modern and Digital Legalities” presented by Pr Kieran Tranter (School of Law, Queensland University of Technology).   Speaker Pr Kieran Tranter is the Chair of Law, […] Read more

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FinTechs et sécurité : risques et perspectives

In French Dans le cadre du Cycle de conférences « Fintech: Réguler aujourd’hui les technologies financières de demain  », nous vous invitons à la conférence «FinTechs et sécurité : risques et perspectives». Qohash Qohash est le leadeur canadien en protection des données sensibles. Sa technologie permet aux organisations de trouver et protéger les données sensibles […] Read more

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Afrofuturism, Critical Race Theory, and the Future of Policing

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre du Cycle de conférences « Droit et Littérature: Représentations littéraires des identités et transcriptions juridiques », nous vous invitons à la conférence « Afrofuturism, Critical Race Theory, and the Future of Policing » présentée par Pr Bennett Capers (Fordham Law School). Conférencier In Fall 2020, Professor Bennett […] Read more

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Taking Privacy Seriously: Design and Regulation of Digital Flat Currency

We are pleased to invite you to the conference “Taking Privacy Seriously: Design and Regulation of Digital Flat Currency”, presented by Rohan Gray (Willamette University), as part of the “Fintech: Regulating today the financial technologies of tomorrow” conference series.   Speaker Professor Grey’s research focuses on the legal design and regulation of money and finance, […] Read more

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Re-Imagining Space Law : Literary Analysis of Utopian Literatures, Science Fiction, and Africain Feminist Futurisms as Inclusive Sources of Lawmaking

As part of the conference series “Law and Literature: Literary Representations of Legal Identities and Transcriptions”, we invite you to the conference “Re-Imagining Space Law : Literary Analysis of Utopian Literatures, Science Fiction, and Africain Feminist Futurisms as Inclusive Sources of Lawmaking”, Dr Saskia Vermeylen (University of Strathclyde). Speaker With a background in legal theory, Saskia Vermeylen […] Read more

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The Borders of Utopia: Science fiction and the limits of the legal imagination

As part of the "Law and Litterature: Literary Representations of Identities and Legal Transcriptions'' lecture series, we invite you to the« The Boarders of Utopia: Science fiction and the limits of the legal imagination » lecture presented by  Christopher Brown (Lawyer and Author). Conférencier : Christopher Brown is the Philip K. Dick, John W. Campbell […] Read more

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Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps

As part of the "Fintech: Regulating Tomorrow's Financial Technologies Today" lecture series, we invite you to the "Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps" lecture presented by Ryan Clements (Chair in Business Law and Regulation, University of Calgary). Summary The presentation will be called "Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps" and will include content […] Read more