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William Audet is an articling student at Bereskin & Parr LLP and a member of the Trademarks and Copyright & Digital Media practice groups. His practice focuses on trademark clearance and prosecution as well as copyright law.
William graduated from the LL.B. program at the Université de Sherbrooke where he also completed a Juris Doctor with a specialization in transnational law. Over the weekends, William is also completing his Master of Laws thesis which focuses on copyright protection of artificial intelligence systems and works generated by them.
During his academic career, William has held several positions as a research and teaching assistant in intellectual property law and was also involved as a volunteer with a number of organizations.
William has authored and co-authored several intellectual property articles. In 2020, he co-authored an intellectual property textbook titled Précis de propriété Intellectuelle.
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