Karen Eltis

University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton

University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law

57 Louis Pasteur Dr

Ottawa

Canada

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Judicial Independence and the Politics of Depoliticization

Number of pages: 37 Posted: 23 Mar 2009
Karen Eltis and Fabien Gelinas
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton and McGill University
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Judicial Independence, Independence of the Judiciary, Separation of Power, Security of Tenure, Financial Security, Remuneration Reference, Compensation Reference, Remuneration Commission, Compensation Commission, Administrative Independence, Administrative Autonomy, Court Administra

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The Emerging American Approach to E-Mail Privacy in the Workplace: Its Influence on Developing Caselaw in Canada and Israel: Should Others Follow Suit?

Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 487-524, Spring 2003 (published October 2004)
Number of pages: 38 Posted: 08 Nov 2004
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton
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Can the Reasonable Person Still Be 'Highly Offended'? An Invitation to Consider the Civil Law Tradition's Personality-Rights Based Approach to Tort Privacy

University of Ottawa Law & Technology Journal, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 24 Nov 2008
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton
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Law, Internet, Privacy, New Technologies, Comparative Law, Civilian Thought, Tort, Civil Liabilityiua

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The Anglo-American/Continental Privacy Divide? How Civilian Personality Rights Can Help Reconceptualize the 'Right to Be Forgotten' Towards Greater Transnational Interoperability

94 Can. Bar Rev (2016) Forthcoming
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 03 Nov 2016
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton
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Right to be Forgotten; Comparative Law; Equustek

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Revisiting the Limits on Judicial Expression in the Digital Age: Striving Towards Proportionally in the Cyberintimidation Context

National Journal of Constitutional Law, 2018, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 26 Jun 2017 Last Revised: 14 Jul 2017
Karen Eltis and Yigal Mersel
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton and The Jerusalem District Court
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Judges, Freedom of Expression, Judicial Ethics, Constitutional Law, Internet Law, Cyber Intimidation, Cyber Equality, Womens' Equality

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Can the Reasonable Person Still Be 'Highly Offended'? An Invitation to Consider the Civil Law Tradition’s Personality Rights-Based Approach to Tort Privacy

University of Ottawa Law & Technology Journal, Vol. 5, Nos. 1-2, 2008
Number of pages: 22 Posted: 04 Apr 2012
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton
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La Cyber Diffusion Des Documents De La Cour: Dans La Quête D’Un Juste Équilibre Pour Assurer L’Accès À La Justice Dans L’Ère Numérique ('Purposively' Posting Court Documents Online: Striking a Balance with an Eye Towards Protecting Access to Justice in the Digital Age Post Ab v Bragg)

In Peter Oliver and Graham Mayeda (eds.), Principles and Pragmatism: Essays in Honour of Louise Charron (LexisNexis, 2014) Forthcoming., Ottawa Faculty of Law Working Paper No. 2013-12
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 06 Dec 2013
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton
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privacy, law and technology, access to justice, availability of court documents online

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Workplace Privacy: Piecing Together Jones, Cole and A.B. V. Bragg: Towards a ‘Proportional’ Model of Shared Accountability

Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal, 18(2), pp. 493-515, 2015
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 26 Apr 2016
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton
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Workplace surveillance; privacy; comparative law; employment law

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Is 'Truthtelling' Online Reasonable? Restoring Context to Cyber Defamation Analysis

McGill Law Journal 63(3) 2018 Forthcoming
Posted: 03 May 2018
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton

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The Impact of Technology on Courts and Judicial Ethics: An Overview

JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE IN CANADA AND THE WORLD, L. Sossin, A. Dodek, eds., University of Toronto Press, 2009
Posted: 24 Nov 2008
Karen Eltis
University of Ottawa - Faculty of Law; Affiliate- CITP Princeton

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Law, Courts, Judicial Ethics, Internet, New Technologies, Constitutional Law