Researchers of the Ottawa-Lyon Mirror Research Chair

Nickolas Eburne

Nickolas Eburne A law student in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa since 2018, Nickolas Eburne is currently completing his degree in civil law and intends to start a Juris Doctor in the fall of 2021 at the same institution. During his time at uOttawa, he was a research assistant for various professors in different fields of law, such as constitutional law and criminal law. In addition to his studies, he acted as Editor-in-Chief of the student journal of the Civil Law Section and completed an international law exchange course in Chile during the summer of 2019.
Since January 2021, he has been collaborating with Professor Mariève Lacroix as a research assistant. Passionate about the realm of artificial intelligence, he conducts research in both Quebec civil law jurisdiction and Canada common law jurisdiction for the Mirror Chair. He hopes this work will lead him to a career in academia in intellectual property and / or artificial intelligence, on Canadian soil or abroad.

Kim Lambert

Kim Lambert Notary since 2012, Maître Kim Lambert is currently a part-time professor in the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa and a doctoral candidate in Philosophy of Law. Her research focuses on a critical area of ​​law set within an era of booming technology. She is primarily interested in the liability of professionals towards "new goods", such as virtual currencies, which make up a person's wealth. Her passion for the notarial profession, the interrelationships between law and society, as well as the transmission and survival of an individual's rights upon his death also guide her projects and serve as inspiration.
Equipped with a Bachelor of Social Sciences, with a concentration in psychology and criminology, her studies push her to get involved in her community as a neighborhood mediator, responsible gambling host, supervisor at the Notarial Law Clinic of the University of Ottawa and administrator of the board of directors of the Petits Pieds Early Childhood Center. Human beings are at the heart of her concerns.

Benjamin Taÿ-Pamart

PhD student under CIFRE contract, attached to the Louis Josserand research team of the Law Faculty of Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University. He is currently writing a thesis entitled Emerging prejudices of French law in comparative law, under the supervision of Professor Olivier Gout