Pascal Visentin named winner of 2018 IP Law Student Essay Competition

  • June 01, 2018

Congratulations Pascal! Pascal Visentin of the University of Alberta is the winner of the 2018 CBA National Intellectual Property Law Student Essay Competition for his paper titled, State of the Arts: How Should Canadian Copyright Law Treat Works Generated by Artificial Intelligence?.  Pascal will be recognized for his work at the Judges' Dinner on May 31 in Ottawa. The IP Section gratefully acknowledges the support of the competition sponsors, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada.

Read the winning paper*

*The views expressed in this essay are solely the views of the author, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Canadian Bar Association.