Feminist Fridays are an opportunity to hear our colleagues talk about their work in a relaxed atmosphere. Commentators draw out the connections between presentations, and moderate a discussion with the audience.
Stay for some food and drink, be inspired, renew old connections and make some new ones. We look forward to seeing you.
[Speakers, Time, Location TBA]
This blog was launched in August 2010 as part of the IFLS’s effort to fulfill our mandate of “building a community of interest” amongst feminist legal scholars at Osgoode and beyond. Our aim isn’t to provide a venue for original scholarship.
The blog aims at that mental space in which connections are made, between people and between ideas – the space where idea generation happens.
Reading this blog could help you find out about things that you’re interested in, like interesting scholars, interesting scholarship, interesting events. Our posts are mainly suggestions about things that our members have found interesting, thought provoking, or important. We hope that they stimulate your thinking and your research.
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Co sponsored with Osgoode’s Hennick Centre for Business and Law
Click here for an agenda, photos and video from this event.
Co sponsored with IP Osgoode.
Read commentary about this event here.
Women and IP Roundtable: “Is everything rosy in here or is the glass ceiling tinted pink?”
Professor Giuseppina D’Agostino (Osgoode Hall Law School)
Susan Abramovitch (Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP)
Professor Ann Bartow (University of South Carolina)
Darlene H. Carreau (Trade-marks Opposition Board)
May Cheng (Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP)
Professor Carys Craig (Osgoode Hall Law School)
Virginia H.L. Jones (Canadian Motion Picture Distributors Association)
Sangeetha Punniyamoorthy (Dimock Stratton LLP)
The Honourable Justice Karen M. Weiler (Court of Appeal for Ontario)
Pascale Chapdelaine (PhD candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School)
“The Intersection of Copyright and Pornography” by Professor Ann Bartow (University of South Carolina)