Professor Anneke Smit will be recognized with The Windsor Essex Local Immigration Partnership's Welcoming Community Award at a forum on March 2.
Professor Smit's research includes her work on the rights of refugees and internally displaced persons. She has led efforts across Canada to advocate for those fleeing violence in Syria and she serves on the steering committees of the organizations Canada4Refugees and Scholars at Risk.
— Published on Feb 17th, 2017
Oxford IP Moot Team and Faculty 2017
Windsor Law has been selected to participate in the oral rounds of the 15th Annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot Competition. Twenty-four teams over a total of 59 written submissions were invited to participate this year.
The student team members, Ruebe James (2L), Sanjeevan Shivakumar (3L), and Shannon Uhera (3L), and their coach, Professor Pascale Chapdelaine, will travel to the University of Oxford next month to participate in the world-renowned competition.
— Published on Feb 16th, 2017
Professor Richard Moon was quoted in thestar.com on anti-Islamophobia motion.
— Published on Feb 15th, 2017
Windsor Star Photo by Dax Melmer
This weekend, Windsor Law students joined law students from across Canada to take part in a research marathon to assist refugees impacted by ban by U.S. President Donald Trump's recent executive orders.
Our students were also very vocal about their 'research-a-thon' on social media. Here's a few of their tweets:
— Published on Feb 5th, 2017
Photo by Nick Brancaccio, Windsor Star
The faculty and staff of Windsor Law penned a letter of support to students following the tragedy in a Quebec City mosque and the travel and immigration ban signed by the U.S. President.
— Published on Feb 3rd, 2017
Students and the Associate Dean from the Faculty of Law March on Washington, D.C.
— Published on Jan 28th, 2017
International Intellectual Property Clinic Launch January 11, 2017
Joint Windsor Law and Detroit Mercy Clinic Launches
— Published on Jan 25th, 2017
Professor Julie Macfarlane's website with legal resources for the National Self-Represented Litigants project featured in today's The Star.
Read the article here.
— Published on Jan 18th, 2017
Congratulations to Professor Bill Bogart on his appointment to the Panel on Research Ethics for a three year term. This is the federal body that advises on research ethics issues regarding NSERC, CIHR, and the SSHRC. The appointment is made jointly by the three Presidents of these funding agencies.
Click here to learn more.
— Published on Jan 16th, 2017
Dual JD Student Maha Mansour
Canadian resident and 2L Dual JD student Maha Mansour talks about her experience and the advantages of learning the law in the Dual Windsor Law and Detroit Mercy Law program.
Read the article here.
— Published on Jan 13th, 2017