Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

IP Osgoode Drop-In Question Session

27 October 2021 at 1:00pm-2:00pm EST via Zoom

Due to technical difficulties at the Experiential Education Office Clinical Education Fair, IP Osgoode Assistant Director Ashley Moniz will be hosting a drop-in session to answer questions about our programs. If you are interested in joining the IP Intensive, IP Innovation Clinic, the IPilogue, mooting teams, or otherwise getting involved and learning more about intellectual property law, join Ashley through the Zoom link below.

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51st Annual Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture on “User Rights: Fair Use and Beyond”, given by Prof. David Vaver

8 November 2021 at 4:30pm-5:30pm EST via Zoom


We are pleased to share that Prof. David Vaver will present the annual Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture for the Copyright Society of the USA (CSUSA). Prof. Vaver will speak about “User Rights: Fair Use and Beyond”. See more information on the Lecture series from the CSUSA website below:

The Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture is given in memory of the publisher Donald C. Brace, who founded Harcourt, Brace & Co. in 1919. Apart from his interest in the art of literature, Donald Brace was deeply interested in copyright legislation, the protection of creative talent, and freedom of the press. In 1950, he was awarded the Columbia University Medal of Excellence in recognition of his distinguished contributions to publishing. This series was originally established by a gift from his daughter, Mrs. Donna Brace Ogilvie.

For over fifty years, the Brace Lectures on domestic copyright have featured leading figures in the field, including judges, practitioners, policymakers, publishers and academics. For a list of past Brace Lecturers, please click here

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