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05-16-22 | Legal Studies, Technology, Video game law

Reset 2047 – A game that teaches you about video game law

With forty or so characters, 400 pages of dialogue, questionnaires and choices at branching paths that influence the course of the story, this educational game is a first for universities in Canada.

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05-03-22 | Access to Justice, Courts, Technology

The fundamental importance of efficiency in the administration of justice in a crisis: Judicial solutions from a North American perspective

Authors Catherine Piché and Shana Chaffai-Parent reflect on the efficiency of our system of justice in pandemic and post-pandemic periods by exploring the contours of an effective and accessible civil justice system.

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04-26-22 | Criminal Law, International, Public Law

The crime of genocide in international criminal law

Since the beginning of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, the term “genocide” has been used repeatedly. The question that arises here is whether genocide is indeed being committed by the Russian army against the Ukrainian people. Professor Muriel Paradelle explains the fundamental element that distinguishes genocide from other mass crimes, including war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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04-12-22 | Criminal Law, International, Public Law

Crimes against humanity in international criminal law

Professor Muriel Paradelle examines the elements that must be taken into account in order to classify the conflict in Ukraine as a crime against humanity under international law.

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