The University of Ottawa's technology law group has just posted advertisements for two positions. The first is for the Executive Director of the University of Ottawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society. The technology law group is among the largest and most active anywhere and this position is part of a transition toward a formal Centre status within the University. The second is for the Director of Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic. CIPPIC has had a real impact on privacy, copyright, and a host of other public interest technology issues over the past six years and it is looking for a new director to continue that success story. Both positions offer a great opportunity to get involved in cutting edge technology law issues from a research, advocacy, and teaching perspective. Further details on the positions here and here.
April 19, 2009
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