9-13 juillet 2018
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Why, unlike some people, Canadians don't lose their minds over Supreme Court appointments (National Post)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Adam Dodek, dean of law at the University of Ottawa, comment on the Supreme Court.

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Globe editorial: It's time to regulate the internet. The question is how (The Globe and Mail)
This article mentions the comments of Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, on the CRTC’s outdated approach.

Can Canada kill its own citizens in combat? (CBA National)
This article mentions a paper written by Craig Forcese, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, Killing Citizens: Core Legal Dilemmas in the Targeted Killing Abroad of Canadian Foreign Fighters.

Sunshine List analysis reveals $10,000 gender pay gap at Ottawa's main universities (Ottawa Citizen)
This article highlights wage gaps between men and women at the University of Ottawa by analyzing the annual Sunshine List. Amir Attaran, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and Faculty of Medicine, comments.

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Government docs indicate Netflix spends more on scripted English Canadian content than Bell Media (Mobile Syrup)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on the new internal government documents which indicate that Netflix pays more for scripted Canadian programming than Bell Media.

Conservative justice critic brings justice reform concerns to Kelowna (Kelowna Capital News)
Allan Rock, President Emeritus and Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, commented earlier this year on the Jordan decision.

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Selecting a Supreme Court justice doesn't have to be a battle royal. Here's how other countries do it. (Washington Post)
Carissima Mathen, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, compares Canada’s Supreme Court to the U.S. court.

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Notre frontière doit demeurer porteuse d'espoir (Le Droit)
Allan Rock, Recteur émérite et Faculté de droit, Section de common law, fait le point sur les demandeurs d’asile au Canada.

Canadian Telecoms Make The Most Money Per Wireless GB In The World: Report (HuffPost Canada)
Michael Geist, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on a report that shows that Canadian Telecoms make the most money per wireless GB in the world.

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Nicotine may be part of solution to smoking -- GFN (Philippine Star)
David Sweanor, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, has been actively involved in tobacco and health policy issues for over 30 years and plays a leading role in setting many global precedents.

Asking the experts on Trump's "dismantling" American trade policies (WikiTribune)
Debra Steger, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, analyzes Trump’s 'dismantling' American trade policies.

Study Reconsiders "Public Domain" In The Protection Of Traditional Knowledge (Intellectual Property Watch)
This article mentions a study entitled “Wandering footloose: Traditional knowledge and the ‘Public Domain’ revisited,” by Chidi Oguamanam, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section.

Supreme Court to rule on whether B.C. has to give health data to cigarette maker (CBC News)
David Fewer, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, talks about privacy rights concerning tobacco companies asking for patient's data in B.C.

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Nova Scotia judge will preside over Afghan veteran Lionel Desmond murder-suicide inquiry (Toronto Star)
Ed Ratushny, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, discusses the public inquiry into Lionel Desmond's access to mental health and domestic violence services.

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Unions at loggerheads over paramedic 'gag'order (Greater Saint John)
Duff Conacher, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, comments on a controversial gag order silencing New Brunswick's paramedic union.

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Five Ways to Use the Summer to Prepare for Your LL.M. (llm-guide.com)
Ravi Malhotra, Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, offers a few specific recommendations to prepare for a masters of law.

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