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Prior to joining the faculty of law in Ottawa, Professor Uteck practised law for several years in Halifax before commencing her teaching career. She taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of business and commercial law at the SMU Sobey School of Business before her faculty appointment at Dalhousie Law School in 2001. At Dalhousie Law School, Professor Uteck taught Commercial, Business Associations, Contracts, Law & Technology, Employment, Privacy and in the inter-disciplinary Masters of Electronic Commerce Programme. As a member of the Dalhousie Law and Technology Institute, Professor Uteck co-edited the IT.Can Newsletter, served as a member of the Editorial Board of the CJLT and continued her scholarly activity relating to various aspects of e-commerce and privacy. She was invited as a visiting Professor to teach in the graduate business law programme at Vrije University in Amsterdam in the 2004 and the 2005 spring intensive terms. As well, she was a visiting January term Professor at the uOttawa Law School in 2008 and 2009.
Professor Uteck is completing her doctorate which focuses on the spatial privacy implications raised by emerging networked technologies. In addition to receiving several scholarships and awards in support of her doctoral studies, Professor Uteck’s results have been disseminated with international invitations to speak at NYU Law School, an inter-disciplinary workshop on mobility, data mining and privacy in Rome and at the prestigious Hixon-Riggs Forum on Science, Technology and Society in California. As well, she authored a chapter on ubiquitous computing and privacy in Lessons from the Identity Trail: Anonymity, Privacy and Identity in a Networked Society.
In 2011-2012, Professor Uteck will be teaching Contracts, Property, Studies in Business Law: Secured Transactions, and the first year technology thematic, The Law of Everyware.