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UVic Law student wins inaugural Martin Felsky award

Via CanLII Blog

Congratulations to Lee-Ann Conrod, who won the inaugural Martin Felsky Award for an article she wrote for the University of Victoria Faculty of Law student-run and open access journal APPEAL: Review Of Current Law And Law Reform. This award is given by CanLII to a student or recent graduate who demonstrates excellence in Canadian open legal commentary on the subjects of legal research and legal technology.

Read the article here: Smart Devices in Criminal Investigations: How Section 8 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Can Better Protect Privacy in the Search of Technology and Seizure of Information, 2019

UVic Author Genevieve von Petzinger is “one to watch”

Cave art researcher and UVic doctoral candidate Genevieve von Petzinger has created a name for herself in the world of archaeology through her study of paleolithic cave images.

“Genevieve von Petzinger studies cave art from the European Ice Age and has built a unique database that holds more than 5,000 signs from almost 400 sites across Europe. Her work has appeared in popular science magazines such as New Scientists and Science Illustrated. National Geographic Emerging Explorer of 2016, she was a 2011 TED Global Fellow, a 2013-15 TED Senior Fellow and her 2015 TED talk has more than 2 million views.” Simonandshuster.ca

We are looking forward to seeing what is next for this prolific UVic researcher!

The UVic LIbraries ePublishing Services Team