An Introduction to Defamation Law – A Resource for Canadian Scholars

January 17, 2020

In this webinar for Canadian scholars at any stage of their careers, presenters Stéphane Émard-Chabot, Jennifer Andrews and Chantal Richard provide an overview of the legal principles and processes used to assess defamation in the context of academic work.

Supplementary reading material:

An Introduction to Defamation Law: A resource for Canadian Scholars. 


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