Windsor Law is located at the intersection of University and Sunset Avenues on the scenic urban campus of the University of Windsor.
The Faculty of Law building, which also houses the 188,000-volume Paul Martin Law Library and a 275-seat moot court classroom, recently underwent a green retrofit that added airy energy-saving skylights and a "green roof."
The Faculty of Law forms part of the University of Windsor campus and is right next door to the two million-volume Leddy Library and steps away from the CAW Student Centre, a 24-hour facility with an international food court. Windsor Law students also have full access to the St. Denis Athletic and Community Centre, including The Forge, the university's brand-new fitness center.
As part of the broader Windsor community, students at the Faculty of Law can easily walk, bus, bike or drive to all of the city's downtown attractions including theatres, pubs, an international aquatic centre, Art Gallery and Museum. As well, the Faculty of Law is situated one block away from the Detroit River with easy access to the fascinating neighbourhoods of Detroit, Michigan where students often go to enjoy great food, live music and major league baseball, basketball, football and hockey games.
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