Greg Hagen is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Calgary. He earned an LLB at Dalhousie Law School. After being called to the Bar of British Columbia, he practiced in the areas of corporate, securities, intellectual property, and technology law. Later he earned an LLM (concentration in technology law) at the University of Ottawa. He has been a Visiting Professor at Duke University’s Asia America Institute in Transnational Law at the University of Hong Kong and at the Faculty of Law, University of Ghana. His research focuses on technology and intellectual property law, and his areas of interest also include legal and political philosophy, philosophy of science, and science policy. Prior to entering the field of law, Greg Hagen earned his PhD in the philosophy of science at the University of Western Ontario. Greg is presently doing research on ethical and legal issues concerning synthetic biology as a co-investigator in the PhytoMetaSyn project. He is also a co-investigator on Rethinking Processual Law: Towards a Cyberjustice, which will study and create new procedural models utilizing the Cyberjustice Laboratory at the Université de Montréal’s Centre de Recherche en Droit Public.