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Our laws and ethical practices have evolved over centuries. But today, tech is on an exponential curve and is affecting practically everyone—everywhere, pulling society from its roots and reordering the way we live. Amidst these changes, how do we make sure our laws keep pace with the times? Join Yves Faguy of CBA National in conversation with leading legal minds and practitioners exploring this question. -- Nos lois et nos pratiques en matière d'éthique ont évolué au fil des siècles. Mais a ...
 
Did you ever stop and think that this experience we call life is only and for one reason to fully express your greatness to love deeply, to give, receive and so definitely surrender to the flow in your Vortex.... YAASS you have or you would not be here <3 To the joy of being in\of service!! Always keep passing the bucket of love ,leave sparkling lights of happiness where ever you go ...
 
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Episode 15: Supreme Court briefing In this episode, Yves Faguy speaks with Nadia Effendi of BLG to brief us on the latest at the Supreme Court of Canada. Effendi is a partner at BLG, based out of Toronto and Ottawa, a member of the CBA’s Federal Courts Bench and Bar Liaison Committee. She is also the chair of BLG's Appellate Advocacy and Public Law…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with law professor Tuma Young, KC, of Cape Breton University about the revitalization of Indigenous legal orders and what it means to braid them into Canada’s contemporary system of laws. Young, who grew up in the traditions of the Eskasoni First Nation, is a researcher and an assistant professor in Indigenous studies and politica…
 
Alphonse Maitrepierre is a talented young designer who worked his way up to many established fashion houses in Paris. After learning from the best, he wanted to design clothes that reflected his vision and commitment to sustainability. But would the fashion world embrace him? A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3ThCPQh.…
 
Growing up in Cameroon, Euphrasie Mbambae spent a lot of time on her grandfather’s cacao farm. But it wasn’t until she moved to Belgium that she tasted chocolate for the first time and understood the power of the fruits from her childhood. We recently reached out to Euphrasie and updated her story with new content. A transcript of this episode is a…
 
A Montreal resident realizes people in his neighborhood of Saint-Henri West don’t have access to fresh and affordable food. So together as a community, they decide to take matters into their own hands and open a collective grocery store run by and for the people of Saint-Henri West. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3Sa4Ad…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Karen Eltis of the University of Ottawa about our courts’ modernization efforts and the challenges ahead. Professor Eltis is the contributing editor to the CBA No Turning Back Report, released in February 2021. She is a law professor at the University of Ottawa and specializes in artificial intelligence, innovation law and po…
 
As a teenager in Mali, Djénébou Dante dodged a string of marriage proposals to pursue her running dreams and represent her country on the international stage. We recently reached out to Djénébou and updated her story with new content. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3MkQK6s.…
 
Episode 12: Supreme Court briefing In this episode, Yves Faguy speaks with Nadia Effendi of BLG to brief us on the latest at the Supreme Court of Canada. Effendi is a partner at BLG, based out of Toronto and Ottawa, a member of the CBA’s Federal Courts Bench and Bar Liaison Committee. She is also the chair of BLG's Appellate Advocacy and Public Law…
 
After learning that cigarette butts are the most harmful pollutants of our oceans, Chloé decides to take action. She sets out on a daring journey to follow a cigarette butt's course from the Seine River to the sea, raising awareness and sparking change along the way. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3LJHGYx.…
 
As a little person, Douchka Volaric didn’t grow up with any media representation of people like her. When she discovers TikTok, she decides to use it as a tool to educate others, spread a positive message, and be the change she wished to see. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3xDnYrn.…
 
As a film programmer, Aurélie depended on going to the legendary Cannes Film Festival. But when she had her first child, she realized attending Festivals with a baby would be nearly impossible and she wondered, could anything be done to help working families? A transcript of this episode is available at https://podcast.duolingo.com/french.…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Patricia Kosseim about aligning our values as a society with laws governing privacy fit for the coming age of AI. Patricia Kosseim began her career as a lawyer in Montréal at Heenan Blaikie, practising in health law, privacy law, and civil litigation. She has worked at Genome Can…
 
Le Tour de France is a legendary bicycle race in France. But to cycling enthusiast Claire Floret, there’s something terribly wrong with it: women aren’t allowed to compete. So in order to make things right, she created a brand new cycling challenge. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3zeMXTo.…
 
Every year on June 21st, musicians across France take to the streets to celebrate la Fête de la musique. Growing up, Fanny’s birthday also happened to be on June 21st…and for a long time, she resented having to share her day with the popular French holiday. Until the tradition took on a special meaning for her… A transcript of this episode is avail…
 
In the grand French tradition of winemaking, Beaujolais Nouveau wine was once the cool kid on the block. But when wine connoisseurs felt it went too mainstream, they turned their backs on it. So wine lover Anaïs Pertuizet decided to make a new kind of Beaujolais Nouveau, one that would win back their hearts. A transcript of this episode is availabl…
 
Le repas gastronomique, the true French feast, is a unique part of French culture. Chef Stéphane Ranieri worked his way up the kitchen ranks in some of France’s most prestigious restaurants. Then one day, he decided to take fine dining to a completely different setting: the rugby stadium. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Wissam Aoun about our IP laws and their fitness for purpose in the digital era. Aoun is the Acting Associate Dean at Windsor Law. He’s also an assistant professor focusing his research on patent law, professional regulation and governance. He has previously taught copyright law and trademark law. Aoun is also the new co-edito…
 
Yves Faguy reçoit Maroussia Lévesque, du centre Berkman Klein à l'Université Harvard, pour discuter de l’effet des technologies numériques sur nos droits et de l’émergence de nouveaux systèmes de gouvernance. « L’idée d’explorer un modèle polycentrique de gouvernance ou de co-gouvernance, c’est comment tirer parti de l’expertise des entreprises pri…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Jennifer Quaid, an associate professor and vice-dean of research in the Civil Law Section at the University of Ottawa, about reforming the Competition Act and making it fit for purpose in a changing digital economy. To contact us (please include in the subject line ''Podcast''): national@cba.org…
 
Luc was a maintenance technician in Parisian hotels who dreamed of becoming a bookseller. With little experience, but a lot of passion, he opened a new kind of bookstore, one aimed at serving the busy working people and immigrants living in his suburb outside Paris. A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3HCNxfk.…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Toufic Adlouni, the co-founder and managing director of Renno & Co, a Montreal-based law firm focussed on emerging technology about the metaverse, its legal implications, and the commercial opportunities for law firms. His firm recently opened the first Canadian metaverse law office. To contact us (please include in the subje…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Amanda Chaboryk, the Disputes and Litigation Data Lead at Norton Rose Fulbright’s London office about the evolving use of technology and analytics to support major litigation. Chaboryk is part of NRF Transform, the firm’s global change and innovation programme, and has experience in project management, litigation finance, and…
 
In the sixth and final episode of our series, Alexandre experiences life in France’s notorious overseas prison camp, le Bagne. Always the rebel, he attempts the riskiest of escapes… Meanwhile, in Paris, his mother Marie leads a tireless campaign for his release. Will either of them prevail? A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.l…
 
In Episode 5 of this six-part series, the prosecutor of Alexandre Jacob’s trial makes his case. He hopes the Judge and jury will send the rebel thief to the guillotine. But will Alexandre’s impassioned speeches sway the jury…or will they send him to his doom? A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3tZ07lb.…
 
In Episode 4 of this six-part series, Alexandre and two accomplices set out on a routine burglary. After being spotted, the three men flee into the French countryside with the police in hot pursuit. Alexandre has vowed never to use violence…but will he break his own rule? A transcript of this episode is available at https://bit.ly/3G3N6sV.…
 
Dans cet épisode Yves Faguy reçoit Florian Martin-Bariteau, de l’Université d’Ottawa, pour parler d’une nouvelle technologie qui risque d’avoir des répercussions majeures sur nos données et notre avenir à tous : l’informatique quantique. Florian Martin-Bariteau, LL.D., est professeur agrégé en droit et technologie au sein de la Faculté de droit, Se…
 
In Episode 1 of this six-part series, we meet Alexandre Marius Jacob, the young sailor who grew up to become one of France’s most daring and notorious thieves. At the turn of the 20th century, the injustices Alexandre witnessed ignited a desire to seek vengeance against the rich and the powerful…entirely on his own terms. A transcript of this episo…
 
Yves Faguy speaks with Geoff Costeloe of Lindsey MacCarthy LLP in Vancouver, whose legal practice focuses on estate planning and administration with a focus on digital assets. They discuss how digital assets are very different from traditional ones, why lawyers need to get up to speed quickly, and what regulators can do to prepare for the future. T…
 
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