Global Technology Law and Policy

Global Technology Law and Policy: Spring 2023 (CML3351)

Global Technology Law and Policy is an intensive seminar that is a collective initiative of the University of Ottawa, the University of Haifa, and Bocconi University in Milan with a selection of students from each university. This year’s course will take place in person in Ottawa and Haifa. The course focus for the year will be on a range of technology law and policy issues including privacy, IP, AI rules, and platform regulation.

Classes will feature lectures, group work, and guest lecturers. Students will also be assigned to one of four groups for a book report presentation during the course.

Course Schedule (as of February 25, 2023, remains subject to change)

May 1: Ottawa

13:00 – 16:00 – Room FTX 102

May 2: Ottawa

10:00 – 13:00, Room FTX 102

18:00: Reception at Michael Geist’s house

May 3: Ottawa

10:00 – 13:00, Room FTX 102

May 4: Ottawa

10:00 – 13:00, Room FTX 102

May 5: Ottawa

9:00 – 12:00, Room FTX 102

May 6 and 7: Travel to Israel

May 8: Haifa

Classes 15:00-18:00 (Haifa U.)

May 9:  Haifa

Classes begin at 11:00.

Tal Zarsky lecture 11:00-11:45: “When Software Hits the Road

Reading [TBD]

May 10:  Haifa

Classes at Haifa U.

May 11: Tel Aviv

May 12: Haifa

Class to conclude by 13:00

Guest Lecturers

Reading [TBD]

May 13: Shabbat (no class)

May 14 – Jerusalem

10:00 – 12:30: Yad Vashem

12:30-14:00 – Lunch

14:00 – Tour of the Supreme Court

15:00 – Meeting Supreme Court Justice Ofer Grosskopf


Groups for Presentations/Book Reports

To come