Tag: Privacy law

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville Speak at CCLA’s Fundamental Freedoms Conference

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville were pleased to once again present at the CCLA’s Annual Fundamental Freedoms Conference on the topic of Selfies, Sexting and the Law. Now in its 23rd year, the conference brings together hundreds of Toronto District School Board high school students who have the opportunity to attend workshops on many issues including: food […]
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Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville Consult on Issue of Curium Magazine

Alexi Wood and Jennifer Saville were pleased to be consulted for the July-August issue of Curium, a French magazine with a target audience of teenagers 14-17 years old. The Quebec magazine discusses issues directly affecting teenagers, including technology, environmental issues, international news, and science. The July-August issue focuses on teenage sexuality in the age of the […]
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Alexi Wood Appears on LEAF Panel “Cyberviolence and Your Rights”

Alexi Wood appeared with Angela Chaisson (Chaisson Law), Molly Reynolds (Torys LLP) and Tina Yang (Charney Lawyers) on the panel “Cyberviolence and Your Rights” hosted by the LEAF Toronto Branch to discuss gender based cyber violence. The Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund works to ensure Canadian courts provide the equality rights guaranteed to women and […]
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