ALG's Lynda Morgan will serve as faculty co-chair for Osgoode Professional Development's13th National Symposium on Tech Crime and E-Evidence. The symposium takes place online on September 14, 2020. Lynda will also present on a panel on search and seizure law as part of the symposium. Lynda will join Crown and defence counsel, law enforcement, judges, and forensic experts for a day-long event focused on complex issues facing those who investigate, prosecute, and defend cases in the "wild west" of tech crime.
The symposium will cover a range of tech crime and evidence topics, including:
Search and seizure, with a deep dive into the latest top SCC cases and other major court decisions
Managing the minefield of increasingly complex digital investigations
Getting your evidence introduced, confirming authentication, and meeting admissibility challenges
Gathering and sharing digital evidence across borders