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- Inter Alia Inaugural Year-End Award Winners
Today, Inter Alia announced its inaugural year-end award winners. This year, Inter Alia offered awards in five (5) categories. Winners were nominated and selected by a plurality of the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board congratulates all award winners for their successes, and thanks them for thei … Read more »
- Updating Canada’s Public Sector Privacy Laws
1983. Big hair, big shoulders, and popped collars. Michael Jackson rocked the world with the single release of “Billie Jean” from his recently released Thriller album. The Return of the Jedi opened in theatres, grossing $374 million in its initial run. The New York Islanders won their 4th straight S … Read more »
- What to Expect When Entering the Workforce as a Law Grad… During a Pandemic!
If you’re a recent law graduate, congratulations are in order. This is a significant accomplishment, especially during the current chaotic times we all live in. That said, regarding the pandemic, you might be wondering what life in the workforce is going to be like. You may first notice trends when … Read more »
- From Law School to the TSX: an Interview with uOttawa Alumna Joanne Sanci
Law students interested in pursuing a career in business law will likely think their career choices are limited to a position at a handful of full-service firms in Toronto on Bay Street. And who can blame them? From countless freebies brandishing these firms’ names handed out during Orientation Week … Read more »
- Disclosure of Private Information: Why the Feds have it Wrong and Manitoba has it Right
In Canada, the federal and provincial governments have considerable power. They impose taxes, administer social service, and manage licensing programs. In order for this power to operate, government insitutions must collect large amounts of personal information. After all, without certain informatio … Read more »