Monday, March 02, 2009

Introducing Samuel Trosow

Our last blogger on the topic of 'human autonomy, law and technology,' is Sam Trosow from the University of Western Ontario where he holds a cross-appointment with the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Information and Media Studies.

Several years ago, Sam and I were on a panel that looked into law and technology theories, and his paper discussed how social theory could help legal thinkers understand the ways that technology change can subvert legal interests: see Samuel Trosow, "The Ownership and Commodification of Legal Knowledge: Using Social Theory of the Information Age as a Tool for Policy Analysis," Manitoba Law Journal 30(3): 417 (2004).

He has more recently published a book (with Laura Murray) on Canadian copyright reform.

Looking forward to what should be a couple of fairly provocative posts!


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