3-4 avril 2017
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Quirks and Quarks: Could Brain Scans Determine Guilt? (CBC Radio)
Jennifer Chandler, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, joins host Bob McDonald to discuss how neurolaw may help judges and juries determine a person’s intent while in the act of committing a crime. According to Professor Chandler, neuroscience will have a greater influence both in the courtroom and at the legislative level in the future.

Why warrantless access to Internet information is back on the lawmaking agenda (The Globe and Mail)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, analyses federal regulations that govern police access to Internet- and telecom-subscriber information.

Unfounded: Mishandling of sex-assault cases violates right to equality, lawsuit alleges (The Globe and Mail)
Elizabeth Sheehy, Faculty of Law, shares her thoughts on the Jane Doe lawsuit and mishandling of sex-assault cases.

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Surveillance devices to spy on cellphones detected near Parliament (CBC News)
Teresa Scassa, Faculty of Law, shares her thoughts on the use of IMSI catchers in Ottawa and the detection of the devices.

Expelling Senator Meredith would enter into a new frontier of accountability (The Globe and Mail)
Errol Mendes, Faculty of Law, comments on the senate and expelling Senator Meredith.

The shadow of Vimy Ridge: Collenette (Toronto Star)
Penny Collenette, Faculty of Law, shares her thoughts on international relations, history and nuclear weapons.

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Sexual violence experts urge Canadian police to adopt the Philadelphia Model   (iPolitics)
Elizabeth Sheehy, Faculty of Law, discusses the federal government’s prime position to take leadership that can move us forward in terms of improved policing for women’s victims of violence.

Robots 'killer' potential calls for caution: experts; Panel points out ethical pitfalls of feds'AI push (Ottawa Citizen)
Ian Kerr, Faculty of Law, tells senators that "The same underlying AI that can be engines of creation can also be engines of destruction."

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Artificial intelligence (Canadian Lawyer Magazine)
Ian Kerr, Faculty of Law, shares his thoughts on artificial intelligence.

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Best friends now legal co-parents (The Unlimited Magazine)
Natasha Bakht and Lynda Collins, Faculty of Law, share their experience as two single best friends raising a child together.

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Mardi, Avril 4, 2017
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