Canadian sperm donor registry overdue, families say (CBC News)
Vanessa Gruben, Common Law Section, explains the consequences of not having a national sperm donor registry in Canada.
B.C. medicare case argues for wrong prescription (Toronto Star)
Martha Jackman, Common Law Section, analyses the potential impacts of the medicare court case involving a B.C. doctor.
Retiring Justice Thomas Cromwell brought clarity, passion for improving access to justice (Toronto Star)
Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, highlights the achievements and successes of retiring justice Thomas Cromwell.
The Robin Camp case: Who judges the judges? (Macleans)
Nathalie Des Rosiers, Dean of Common Law, discusses the need for social context training in judicial education.
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, discusses data collection and transmission when interacting with mobile devices and apps.
Pokémon Go highlights new legal problems in the areas of privacy and trespassing (Metro News)
Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law, discusses the legal implications of the popular app following an open panel discussion at the University of Ottawa on September 14th.
BC Lawsuit Has Potential to Dismantle Canada's Publicly Funded Health Care (The Epoch Times)
Colleen Flood, University Research Chair in Health Law and Policy, argues that the medicare court case in B.C. is one of "the biggest constitutional challenges ever."
Cultural Industry Set for Overhaul to Tackle Digital Onslaught (The Epoch Times)
Michael Geist, Common Law Section, analyses the federal government's unfolding public consultations on the future of digital content. "(Industry) focuses on money, the public focuses on finding content."