The University of Ottawa has become a central hub for the study of international trade and investment law. The University boasts the largest group of faculty members specializing in the subject within Canada, with researchers employing a broad range of methods in their field-leading work. Leveraging a spirit of openness and exchange, the Faculty of Law plays host to a diverse range of perspectives in this field, allowing experts and students alike to gather, share ideas and learn from one another. This is the heart of one of the world’s top-ranked LLM programs in international law: the University of Ottawa’s Master of Laws Concentration in International Trade and Foreign Investment Law.
With cross-border teleworking now more common than ever, teleworkers abroad need be aware of the precariousness of their agreements with their employers. Such arrangements are often poorly protected and teleworkers recourse to justice can be iimited. This video looks at the gaps and contradictions in these arrangements as well as the private international law that applies.
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.