Ce balado est uniquement disponible en anglais.The holiday shopping spree of the future will be nothing like the crowded, stuffy gauntlet of today, according to Brian Greenspan, director of Carleton University’s Hyperlab. Greenspan and his students research the implications of a Big Brother culture that inevitably comes about when we live in the cloud. In this podcast, Greenspan takes listeners on a tour of the mall of the future, describing how marketers mine the data we continuously generate through our mobile devices to shape the way we shop.
Brian Greenspan is one of the most well-respected criminal defence lawyers in Canada. He joins the podcast to share his stories and lessons from years of work in the criminal justice system. What is it like to defend someone who is guilty of murder? Do most murderers show remorse and regret? What are the biggest issues in the Canadian justice system, and how does it differ from that of the United States?
In this episode of Of Counsel, we are joined by legendary criminal defence lawyer, Brian Greenspan. Over the past 45 years, Brian has defined himself as one of Canada’s best. Repeatedly ranked as among the country’s most influential lawyers and he has represented celebrities, sports stars, and entertainers who happen upon the criminal justice system. Past clients include Naomi Campbell, Justin Bieber, Alan Eagleson, Myron Gottlieb, and Omar Khadar to name only a few. Brian is not only an effective and passionate litigator but a true gentlemen who cares deeply about his clients, the law, and social justice.You can read more about Brian Greenspan and his remarkable career in criminal law here. Join us as he discusses his lengthy career in criminal law, the lessons he has for lawyers following in his footsteps, and the role of criminal defence counsel. On this episode, of Of Counsel.Ep. #24: Brian Greenspan: Allegations are not enough.