Marina is an Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and is a member of the Center for Law, Technology, and Society. Her research expertise is in consumer rights in the contemporary cross-border digital economy. Her article “Contracting Out of Access to Justice” was cited by the Supreme Court of Canada in Douez v Facebook. She was a co-counsel for the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic as an intervener before the Supreme Court of Canada in Douez v Facebook and Haaretz v Goldhar and has also appeared before the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission in the 2016˗2017 Review of the Wireless Code.
She holds a law degree from the University of Belgrade (Serbia), and LLM in Law & Technology from University of Ottawa, and is called to the Ontario bar. Her teaching includes the first-year course in dispute resolution and professional responsibility, a seminar on alternative dispute resolution processes, private international law, and legal knowledge engineering. Marina received 2015–2016 Common Law Section Excellence in Teaching Award and 2017–2018 Common Law Section Public Engagement Award: Public Education and Outreach.
Since October 2014, she has been a consumer-groups appointed director on the Board of the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-Television Services (CCTS).