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THE TRUE COLOURS OF JUDGING / WORKSHOP ON THE REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF PRIVACY

Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges
Moncton, New Brunswick
September 14, 2006


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On the Identity Trail researchers Jane Bailey, Val Steeves, Ian Kerr, Jacquelyn Burkell, Carlisle Adams, and project manager Carole Lucock led a workshop on the reasonable expectation of privacy for 160 judges from across the country in Moncton on September 14. The workshop is part of the National Judicial Institute and Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges Annual Conference, The True Colours of Judging.  Students Cynthia Aoki, Max Binnie and Natalie Senst assisted in the workshop.

This intensive one-day workshop focused on the analysis and application of the reasonable expectation of privacy standard as articulated in search and seizure jurisprudence in Canadian Courts, with special emphasis on the Supreme Court of Canada’s pronouncement in R. v  Tessling, [2004] 3 S.C.C. 432, 2004 SCC 67 and the leading cases that have informed the development of a framework for analysis.
 
 
 

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Introduction to Session
Ian Kerr
Canada Research Chair in Ethics, Law & Technology, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

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Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: A Primer
Jane Bailey
Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

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Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: Application to Decisions Online
Carole Lucock

On the Identity Trail Project Manager; LL.D. Candidate, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa

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Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: Technological Perspectives
Carlisle Adams

School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE), University of Ottawa

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Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: Psychological Perspectives
Jacquelyn Burkell

Faculty of Information and Media Studies, University of Western Ontario

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Reasonable Expectation of Privacy: The Sociological Perspective
Valerie Steeves

Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa 

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Tessling On My Brain: Reasonable Expectation of Privacy, Technology, & the Future
Ian Kerr

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