Qualifications

  • J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School
  • B.A., Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University
  • Community Mediator, St. Stephens Community House

Jennifer Davidson is an associate of the firm. She practices technology law and intellectual property law.

Practice Areas

Jennifer Davidson practices technology law, advising on the various stages of technological innovation including licensing, commercialization, privacy and CASL considerations, outsourcing, domain name disputes, fintech, blockchain and AI.

Jennifer also advises on intellectual property protection, and represents clients in IP disputes, litigation and mediation.

In law school, Jennifer was the recipient of the Dean's Gold Key, the IP & Technology Law Prize and was a finalist on the international IP mooting circuit. Jennifer continues to maintain close ties with Osgoode Hall Law School, serving as a coach to the school’s international competitive mooting program.

Prior to law school, Jennifer worked in the tech industry developing customized business solutions and online strategies to leverage branding and increase activation. Jennifer has advanced certifications in both public relations management and web development.

Jennifer joined DWW as a summer student in 2014 and completed her articles with the firm in 2017.

Professional Affiliations

  • Canadian Technology Law Association (Can-Tech), Board of Directors
  • Ontario Bar Association (OBA), Executive Member of the IP & IT Law Section
  • Canadian Internet Registration Authority, Member
  • Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Member
  • Toronto Intellectual Property Group (TIPG), Member
  • Toronto Computer Lawyers' Group (TCLG), Member
  • Toronto Lawyers Association (TLA), Member
  • Canadian Bar Association (CBA), Member
  • Canadian Technion Society, Canadian Council (Toronto)

Events

October 30, 2018

Jennifer Davidson will be moderating a panel on Women in Technology at CAN-TECH's 22nd Annual

October 29, 2018

Richard Austin will be participating in a panel on “Intermediary Accountability in the D