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Faith Majekolagbe is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law where she teaches intellectual property law and entrepreneurial law and leads the entrepreneurial law clinic. Her primary area of research is intellectual property (IP) law. Faith’s scholarship in IP law focuses on the effects of international copyright law and policy on access to knowledge, technological innovation, human development, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Her current research project focuses on the interplay between copyright laws and practices and text and data mining activities.


May 17, 2023 @ 5:30 PM

7 Fellows Predict the Future: Many questions and some answers on human capital, artificial intelligence, politics, and rights!

Come through for the 2022-2023 BKC Fellows' lighting talks on May 17...

Apr 18, 2023 @ 12:00 PM

Copyright, Text Mining and AI Training

4/18: A conversation presented by the University of Ottawa AI + Society Initiative and BKC, with the UOttawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society

4/18: Faith  Majekolagbe, Michael Geist, and Ruth Okediji discuss copyright issues  and recent developments regarding text and data mining.