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The Future of Things: The Copyright Work as Legal Object

5Oct201212:30
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A CIPP Seminar with Professor Michael J. Madison, University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

Wrestling with Free Speech, Religious Freedom, and Democracy in Turkey: The Political Trials and Times of Fethullah Gülen

17Oct201212:30
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Dr. James Harrington will talk about how the political trial of Fethullah Gülen, a moderate Turkish religious leader, helped to expand civil liberties and strengthen democracy in Turkey.

Truth and Truthfulness in the Law of Defamation

3Oct201212:30
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The Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law is inaugurating its new series of Civil Law Workshops, under the theme «

The Niqab in the courtroom: N.S. v. R.

19Mar201318:00
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"The Niqab in the courtroom: N.S. v. R." will be presented by Professor Vrinda Narain and others.

New Developments in Copyright at the Supreme Court level

19Feb201318:00
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CLE: "New Developments in Copyright at the Supreme Court level" will be presented by Professors David Lametti and Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse, and by doctoral candidate Francis Lord.

Private International Law: Where to Sue after the Supreme Court decision in Club Resorts Ltd. v. Van Breda

29Jan201318:00
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"Private International Law: Where to Sue after the Supreme Court decision in Club Resorts Ltd. v. Van Breda" will be presented by Professors Frédéric Bachand, Geneviève Saumier and ...

Where do we stand on Physician-Assisted Suicide after Carter v. Canada (A.G.)?

27Nov201218:00
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"Where do we stand on Physician-Assisted Suicide after Carter v. Canada (A.G.)?" will be presented by Professor Margaret Somerville and Professor Daniel Weinstock.

The Implications of Canada (A.G.) v. PHS Community Services: The Supreme Court position on safe injection sites

30Oct201218:00
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"The Implications of Canada (A.G.) v. PHS Community Services: The Supreme Court position on safe injection sites", will be presented by Professor Alana Klein and Me Alexander Pless.

The Ends and Means of Human Rights: From State-centric to People-centered

11Oct201217:00
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Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Law, Emory Law School, Atlanta, Georgia, will be giving the 2012 John Peters Humphrey Lecture in Human Rights.

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