ADMISSIONS UPDATES FOR 2017:
01/18/17. It's a new year and our admissions committee is continuing to review applications. If you have not yet heard from us, please be patient. We do not base acceptance on a simple mathematical calculation. To fairly assess each applicant, we review tens of thousands of supporting documents. While you wait, please consider a visit to take a look around the law school and to chat with one of our student ambassadors. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time.
12/22/16. We're excited to advise that the first of our offers of admission for the Class of 2020 were sent out this week. If you have not yet received an offer of admission, please be patient as this is an ongoing process. Because of our commitment to a comprehensive, holistic review of applications, ours is a more lengthy, time-consuming process. We appreciate the effort you took to present your case for admission to Windsor Law and, in return, we commit to reviewing your application with equal diligence.
Studying law at Windsor is collaborative, challenging and real. Whatever your goals, whatever your plan, we have a program for you.
Our flagship Juris Doctor provides our students with a solid foundation in law together with the opportunity to customize their program depending upon their individual interests and goals. Our students learn from, and work with, a faculty of outstanding scholars who are inspiring, engaged and supportive.
Windsor Law Admissions staff and Student Ambassadors participate in a number of information fairs at our Windsor campus and at other universities.
Our Canadian & American Dual JD Program offered with the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law is the only one of its kind in North America that provides students with the opportunity to earn both a Canadian and a US law degree in three years.
Our joint MSW/JD recognizes the increasing synergy between the work performed by social workers and the role being played by justice-minded lawyers. And, our integrated MBA/JD degree, offered in partnership with the Odette School of Business, can be earned in four years instead of five.
Complete the online Ontario Law School Application. Take note of the application deadlines and admissions criteria for your particular program.