Inspiring Minds is a campus-wide partnership between Western Research, the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, the Writing Support Centre, Western Communications, Western Libraries, Student Experience, and Western's 11 faculties. Inspiring Minds seeks to broaden awareness and impact of graduate student research, while enhancing transferrable skills. Being able to communicate your research to broad, interdisciplinary and lay audiences -- both inside and outside academia -- is becoming an increasingly important skill for scholars of all levels. Inspiring Minds seeks to help graduate students enhance this skill. This non-competitive showcase highlights work by Master's and doctoral students from all 11 of Western's faculties and schools. The following series highlights all submissions received from the Faculty of Law.

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Submissions from 2021

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A ‘Critical Mass’ Approach To Negotiations In The WTO: A Case Study Analysis, Temitope O. Adeyemi

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Law Reform for Sexual Violence Survivors, Karen M. Bellehumeur

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Re-Imagining Canada’s Legal and Procedural Framework for Indigenous Consultation: An Honourable Obligation, Paul Hansen

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Can novel findings from emerging neuroscientific technologies be incorporated into trademark law in Canada?, Pankhuri Malik

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Conceptualizing complementarity from a gender-competent and pluralistic perspective, Loyce Mrewa

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Balancing Interests in Data: The Legal Constructs of Personal Data Protection and Data Exclusivity, Matthew Robertazzi Mr

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Blockchain Freedom & Law, Amy M. ter Haar

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Reputation in Prohibited Marks, Geographical Indications, and Moral Rights: A Key Link?, Darinka Tomic