Technology & Intellectual Property Law
The law relating to novel technologies, including their regulation, and the ownership of intellectual property rights in technologies. Our faculty members do research in a variety of areas, including Internet law, media law, technology and the legal profession, copyright law, patent law, information privacy law, international law and policy relating to emerging technology, geoengineering regulation, technology start-up law, blockchain law, cybersecurity law, the regulation of synthetic biology, and biosecurity.
Assistant ProfessorFaculty of LawArtificial Intelligence and Law, Electronic Discovery Law, Environmental Impacts of new technology
Associate ProfessorFaculty of LawIntellectual Property Law, Information Technology and Internet Law (including AI and Blockchain issues), Information Security and Privacy Law, Biotechnology Law, Legal Theory and Philosophy
Associate ProfessorFaculty of LawRegulation and governance of the health care system, Liability and accountability of health facilities and government, Public health law and policy, Patient safety, Health system organization and finance, Comparative health policy, Self-regulation of health professionals
Assistant ProfessorFaculty of LawPublic international law, Law of the sea, International environmental law, International law and policy relating to science and emerging technologies, International Human Rights Law
Canada Research Chair - Cybersecurity LawFaculty of LawTechnology Law, Human Rights, Cybersecurity, Online Harms, Platform Regulation, Freedom of Expression, Privacy, Corporate Social Responsibility
Associate Dean - AcademicFaculty of LawLaw and policy governing extraction and mining of natural resources, Mining law, Oil and gas law, Corporate responsibility, Corporate governance, Regulation of transnational corporations, Sustainable development, International investment law, Intellectual property law
N. Murray Edwards Chair in Business LawFaculty of LawCorporate Finance, Entrepreneurial Law, Corporate Law, Securities Law, Corporate Governance
From Isolation to Inclusion: How Diversity Drives Equitable Innovation (Webinar)
To make this ever-changing world a better, more inclusive place for all Canadians, innovators must recognize and value difference and cultivate a welcoming space for Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC). Join our panel of innovators and researchers on campus and in the community to discuss how diversity is driving equitable innovation.
Creating safe spaces
Research at the University of Calgary provides answers to common personal security problems, from workplace bullying to Internet security to domestic violence.
Internet and the law: protecting yourself against online abuse (Webinar)
Join researcher Emily Laidlaw as she examines the current laws that apply to the problem of online abuse and explores legal reforms that could better tackle the harm involved.
Can we be public and private at the same time? The coded thrill of cyberconnectivity
Everything we do online is observed and recorded by people we can't see and mostly don't even know about. UCalgary researchers look at how to increase security and maintain privacy in a world where they're constantly under attack.