Bram Abramson

Contract Lecturer

Bram Abramson leads the legal, regulatory, and public policy functions for TekSavvy Solutions Inc., an independent, consumer-focussed telecommunications provider. His role, as Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer, includes carriage of chief privacy officer responsibilities as well as communications regulatory, copyright, and commercial and consumer law matters. He joined TekSavvy from a national law firm where he had advised a broad range of private- and public-sector clients on broadcasting and telecommunications matters—including, on a pro bono basis, what is now the CJRU radio station. Before shifting to a legal career, Abramson worked in senior industry research roles with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission and with Washington, DC-based network mappers TeleGeography. Mr. Abramson is a graduate of Concordia (BA, Communications) and McGill (BCL/LLB, Law) universities; has published articles in scholarly journals like the Canadian Journal of Communications, Telecommunications Policy, and International Journal of Cultural Policy; and sits on the boards of the Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services and Free Geek Toronto.