Julie Macfarlane

Braunte PetricFilm student Braunte Petric is excited to see her work Defender among the 10 finalists in TVO’s Short Doc Contest.

Student documentary shortlisted for prize

Windsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane is the subject of “Defender,” a film by student Braunte Petric shortlisted in TVO’s Short Doc contest.

Julie MacfarlaneWindsor law professor Julie Macfarlane has been named one of Canada’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers by Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

Law prof wins recognition for influence in profession

Windsor law professor Julie Macfarlane has been named one of Canada’s Top 25 Most Influential Lawyers by Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

multicoloured hands raisedAn interfaith dialogue to dispel myths about Islam is sponsored by Windsor Law and the Windsor Islamic Council.

Interfaith forum to fight Islamophobia

An interfaith dialogue to dispel myths about Islam is sponsored by Windsor Law and the Windsor Islamic Council.

Law researcher dispells myths about shari'a

Julie Macfarlane has a simple message for all of those who believe that Islam’s proponents are trying to take control of western civilization by following their own set of laws that disregard current governing legislation.

“There is no such thing as shari’a law,” says the UWindsor Faculty of Law professor, “because shari’a is the code, the guidelines, the personal conscience that each Muslim pays attention to according to their interpretation of what the Koran says.”