Shanthi Elizabeth Senthe is an Assistant Professor at Windsor Law. She teaches Business Associations, Secured Transactions, and Sports Law. Professor Senthe is also a faculty member with the Dual-JD program, in which she teaches the Business Association module. She has taught Corporate Governance and Remedies. Prior to joining Windsor Law, Professor Senthe was an Assistant Professor with the Faculty of Law at Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia for three years. Professor Senthe is admitted to practice law in Ontario, Florida, North Carolina and the District of Columbia. Her research interests include corporate, commercial, banking and finance law and sports law. She is currently leading a research study involving Black commercialization and financialization in the Detroit area.
Professor Senthe is completing her PhD at Osgoode Hall Law School, focusing on banking and finance regulation and governance. She completed a merit-based judicial externship at the Florida Supreme Court, and a judicial clerkship at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. Her professional experiences include banking and corporate-commercial litigation. She has received multiple research awards, including the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship. She taught as a guest lecturer at Osgoode Hall Law School and was a Visiting Scholar at Duke University School of Law in 2013.