- Michael Geist, University of Ottawa, â€œThe Case for Flexibility in Implementing the WIPO Internet Treaties: An Examination of the Anti-Circumvention Requirementsâ€
- Blayne Haggart, Carleton University, â€œNorth American Digital Copyright, Regional Governance, and the Potential for Variationâ€
- Ian Kerr, University of Ottawa, â€œDigital Locks and the Automation of Virtueâ€
- David Lametti, McGill University â€œHow Virtue Ethics Might Help Erase C-32’s Conceptual Incoherenceâ€
- Teresa Scassa, University of Ottawa, â€œCopyright Reform and Fact-Based Worksâ€
- Elizabeth Judge, University of Ottawa, â€œEnabling Access and Reuse of Public Sector Information in Canada: Crown Commons Licenses, Copyright, and Public Sector Informationâ€
A reception will follow the panel. The entire event is free and open to the public.