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Julianna Ivanyi is developing a broad regulatory practice that encompasses competition law, foreign investment regulation and transportation law.

While studying law, Julianna participated in the Canadian Competition Law Moot and the Business Law Clinic. She also served as president of the Allard Law Students’ Society at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia and business manager of the UBC Law Review. Julianna received various awards, including the course prize in Taxation and the Mr. Justice Walter Kirke Smith Memorial Award for excellence in contributions to the work and life of the faculty.

Prior to law, Julianna obtained her bachelor of arts with a major in speech sciences from the University of British Columbia.



Education & Admissions

2021
Called to the British Columbia bar
2020
JDUniversity of British Columbia
2016
BAUniversity of British Columbia

Insights by Julianna Ivanyi (5 Posts)

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Plan for the Ban:
Plastics Classified as “Toxic Substance”
Under Canadian Environmental Protection Act

Plastics are classified under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act as a toxic substance and amendments are proposed to prohibit the export of plastic waste

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Jul 20, 2021
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Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends

Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends

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May 26, 2021
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Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends (adapted to the Province of Québec)

Taking Stock of Governance — Understanding Emerging ESG, Regulatory, and Market Trends (adapted to the Province of Québec)

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May 26, 2021
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Primer on Canadian Federal and Provincial Cleantech Funding Programs

Across Canada, entrepreneurs are striving to develop technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve environmental sustainability, and provide other climate-related solutions to the domestic and international markets.

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May 25, 2021
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Big Brother’s Access Limited – Canadian Privacy Commissioners Rule Clearview AI’s Facial Recognition Tool in Breach of Canadian Privacy Laws

Privacy Commissioners find Clearview AI's use of facial recognition software on images it scraped from the Internet to be in breach of privacy laws.

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Feb 17, 2021