The IPilogue is our award-winning blog featuring analyses and commentary on current pressing intellectual property, technology, privacy and related legal issues. The IPilogue is known for its unbiased, evidence-based discussions and informative presentations of current international intellectual property law news and issues. Blog contributors consist of students from Osgoode and other Canadian and international law schools.
IP Osgoode at Osgoode Hall Law School is an independent and authoritative voice which explores legal governance issues at the intersection of intellectual property (IP) and technology. In the context of a globalizing legal pluralist landscape, IP Osgoode cultivates interdisciplinary, comparative and transnational research, collaboration, policy-thinking and practice. The program’s researchers and collaborators from the academic, government, business and other networks actively engage in a vibrant Canadian and international debate. Our advisors are leading experts in the legal community and provide the bedrock of support and leadership to the program. Drawing from the best Canadian forces and the program’s global partners, IP Osgoode is involved in some of the most important and cutting-edge IP law and technology related research and policy discussions of today. Among the program’s current target areas are all facets of intellectual property protection and access, privacy, ethics and intersecting areas of the law, from contract, health, labour, Indigenous, environmental, constitutional, corporate and international all within a variety of disciplines, from business, sciences, and the arts.