Norman V. Siebrasse
B.Sc (Eng) (Queen's) 1982, LLB (Queen's) 1991, LLM (Chicago) 1993
Professor Siebrasse clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for the Honourable Madam Justice McLachlin during the 1991-1992 term and joined the Faculty in 1993. He was named University Research Professor in 2000.
Professor Siebrasse teaches in the areas of intellectual property law, commercial law and remedies. His research interests focus on intellectual property law, in particular patent law, and topics at the intersection of commercial law and intellectual property law, such as security interests in intellectual property. His blog Sufficient Description comments on recent Canadian patent law cases, as well as selected cases from other jurisdictions.
See here for a list of Professor Siebrasse's selected publications.