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Prof Tawfik and LTEC Lab Scholar-in-Residence contribute to Globe and Mail

Windsor Law professor Myra Tawfik (left) along with LTEC Lab scholar-in-residence Karima Bawa wrote an opinion piece for the Globe and Mail regarding the arms race of innovation and intellectual property being critical to Canadian efforts.

The authors note that we are witnessing a surge of new technologies and an aggressive pursuit for global dominance through IP ownership. In an economic race to the top, if Canada donesn't step up our IP game we risk being left behind.

Prof Rogin comments on cuts to Legal Aid Ontario

Professor Jillian Rogin was interviewed by HuffPost Canada for their article about cuts to Legal Aid Ontario’s bail court and how they may endanger constitutional rights.

This story is a part of UNAIDED, a HuffPost Canada series that examines the effects of recent funding cuts to Ontario’s legal aid system and the impacts on the vulnerable people who rely on it to navigate our complicated justice system.

Prof Hewitt receives Law Society Medal

During an awards ceremony held on May 22 in Toronto, Professor Jeffery Hewitt received the 2019 Law Society Medal from Law Society of Ontario bencher Teresa Donnelly (left). One of eight lawyers to receive the medal this year, he was honoured for his exemplary role as an academic, advocate and leader, and for his work on Indigenous legal initiatives and justice.

Assoc. Dean Jacobs receives Accessibility Award

On Thursday May 23th, 2019 Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario (ALSO) in partnership with the University of Windsor, St. Clair College, the City of Windsor and the Amherstburg Accessibility Advisory Committee presented the 4th Windsor-Essex Accessibility Awards. The annual event recognizes individuals, organizations and businesses who have made a difference in creating a more accessible community for people with disabilities, acquired brain injuries and seniors.