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Artificially Intelligent Copyright: Rethinking Copyright Boundaries
My dissertation explores the legal boundaries of copyright law in the wake of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. In building the theoretical foundations for my dissertation, I go through several key phases. First, I ...
Law, Autonomy, and Local Government: A Legal History of Municipal Corporations in Canada West/Ontario, 1850-1880
The historiography of local government in mid-nineteenth century Canada West/Ontario is divided on the question of municipal autonomy. The more dominant thesis asserts that the Municipal Corporations (Baldwin) Act of 1849 ...
Recognizing the Assemblage: Palestinian Bedouin of the Naqab in Dialectic with Israeli Law
In the five case studies, we examine how Israel, as a collection of individuated interests given expression in the form a state, is in a dialectic of recognition with the Naqab Bedouin community. Recognition happens on a ...
Beyond the Habitual: Legal Argument Upon the Use of Force and During the Conduct of Hostilities
This dissertation moves beyond traditional assessments of legal compliance. It offers a more complete understanding of how international law functions upon the use of force and during the conduct of hostilities. The ...
Understanding Trans Racialized Youth Autonomy in Health Care Decision Making in Ontario
This thesis re-evaluates the concept of autonomy and the possibilities for trans racialized youth to practice it in current health care decision making contexts. After discussing access to health care in Ontario for this ...