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Copyright as a Publicity Right? Stories from the UK in the Nineteenth Century

25Jan201312:30
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The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy welcomes Dr Elena Cooper, Orton Fellow in Intellectual Property Law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge and a Member of Cambridge University's Centre for...

Future Royal Society of Canada library to be named after Professor Rod Macdonald

Published: 7Dec2012

On November 16, 2012 at an event at the Ottawa Convention Centre to mark the 130th anniversary of Royal Society of Canada (RSC), Governor General David Johnston announced the creation of a new...

Almost Persons: Life on Trial

14Mar201317:00
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A Great Trials Lecture with Prof. Wendy Adams (Law) Law’s most aspirational claim is the guarantee that every person is equal before law./lawCategory: Inst. for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas ...

The Trial of Wall Street

28Feb201317:00
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A Great Trials Lecture with Prof. Peter Gibian (Dept of English) Herman Melville’s “Bartleby, the Scrivener” takes place not in a courtroom but in the office of a Wall Street law firm./lawCategory...

Through Lizzie Borden’s Mirror: Reflections on Women and Law

7Feb201317:00
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A Great Trials Lecture with Prof. Shauna Van Praagh (Law). “Lizzie Borden took an axe, Gave her mother forty whacks, When the job was nicely done, She gave her father forty-one!”/lawCategory:...

Spies and Lies: Cold War Psychiatry, the CIA, and the Case Against Ewen Cameron

24Jan201317:00
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A Great Trials Lecture with Prof./lawCategory: Inst. for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI) Law - Continuing Education Faculty of Law

"Trial of Error": The Impeachment with no Conviction of Bill Clinton

10Jan201317:00
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A Great Trials Lecture with Professor Gil Troy (History). This lecture will explore the extraordinary mess Bill Clinton stumbled into when he carried on an affair with a White House intern,...

Innocence McGill Conference with David Milgaard and Peter Edwards

12Feb201318:00
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Innocence McGill will be hosting David Milgaard, who was wrongfully convicted of a murder and rape in 1969 and spent almost 23 years in jail, and Peter Edwards, the Toronto Star reporter who...

Equality and Health: Reaching for Resolution in the Realms of Disability Rights?

30Jan201316:30
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The Research Group in Health and Law and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism are pleased to welcome Anna Lawson, Deputy Director, Interdisciplinary Centre for Disability Studies,...

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