Amy Conroy

Ph.D. (Ottawa), LL.M. (Western)
Amy Conroy Headshot

Limited-Term - Fall 2022

Courses taught

  • CRIM 1107 - Canadian Legal Systems
  • CRIM 2205 - Crime, Criminal Justice, and the Media
  • CRIM 3217 - Women, Crime, and Justice

Scholarly Work

  • “The Privacy/Transparency Balance in Open Government” (co-authored with Dr. Teresa Scassa) (2017) in Adegboyega Ojo & Jeremy Millard, eds. Government 3.0 – Next Generation Government Technology Infrastructure and Services: Opportunities, Enabling Technologies, Challenges and Roadmaps (Springer)
  • “Balancing Transparency and Accountability with Privacy in Improving the Police Handling of Sexual Assaults” (co-authored with Dr. Teresa Scassa) (2016) 28:2 Canadian Journal of Women and the Law
  • “Strategies for Protecting Privacy in Open Data and Proactive Disclosure” (co-authored with Dr. Teresa Scassa) (2016) 14:2 Canadian Journal of Law and Technology
  • “Promoting Transparency While Protecting Privacy in Open Government in Canada” (co-authored with Dr. Teresa Scassa) (2015) 53:1 Alberta Law Review
  • “Combining Familial Searching and Abandoned DNA: Potential Privacy Outcomes” (2014) 12:1 Canadian Journal of Law and Technology
  • “Personality Rights in Canada: Statutory Limits and the Shaping of a Common Law Tort” (2014) in Tony Duarte, ed. Canadian Film & Television Business and Legal Practice (Canada Law Book)