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More About the Law & Technology Program at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law
The Law & Technology Program at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law was founded in 1998 and is the leading program of its kind in Canada. Providing specialized courses, practical experience and the opportunity to conduct innovative research, the program covers both the graduate and undergraduate level. From its location in Canada’s technology capital, the University of Ottawa Law & Technology Program acts as a central source of legal information and expertise for policy-making and judicial determination in Canada and has been instrumental in producing technology law practitioners that now occupy all facets of the technology law field.
CC Canada would like to thank and acknowledge the follow individuals for their contributions and support of the Canadian project. For more information on the past and present team, please visit CC Canada’s People page.
Justin Barca : Webmaster (Spring / Summer 2006)
Marty Finestone : Licence Drafter / Researcher (Winter 2004 / Fall 2005)
Philippe Gauvin : Researcher (Fall 2003)
Jeremy Hessing-Lewis : Volunteer (Fall 2005 – Winter 2008)
Ketai Hu : Technical Administrator (Summer 2004 – Winter 2006)
Ian Kerr : Licence Drafter / Researcher (Summer 2004 – Spring 2006)
Sabine Minsky : Volunteer (Summer 2006)
Monique Moreau : Intern (Winter 2005)
Tina Piper : Project Lead (Fall 2005 – Spring 2009)
Catherine Thompson : Volunteer (Summer 2005)
Michael Yang : Licence Drafter (Winter 2004)