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Windsor Law students join march for women’s rights

Windsor Law students and members of Women of Colour Legal Alliance of Windsor attended the cross-border Women’s March in Windsor on Thursday, Jan. 17.

A vigil of light and love took place on both sides of the Detroit River in solidarity with women and human rights groups around the world.

Windsor Law hosts 2019 Lerners Moot competition

The Lerners Moot Competition was held at Windsor Law on Thursday, January 17. 

The 2019 Lerners Moot finalists: Ali Tejani, Kristen Jeavons, Ashley Haines, and Christian Davies.

Mr. Masterson of Lerners LLP presents the top oralist award to Ashley Haines.

Dean Christopher Waters comments on the upcoming building renovations in Law Times

Dean Christopher Waters discussed Windsor Law's upcoming building renovations in the latest issue of Law Times. 

Diamond Schmitt Architects have been selected to redesign the UWindsor law school, with renovations likely to begin in 2020. The school has opted to keep and update its existing on-campus building, built in the 1970s, instead of moving downtown.

Windsor Law student receives publication offer from prestigious environmental law journal

Oshani Amaratunga, a third-year Windsor Law student in the Juris Doctor program, had her paper on climate displaced peoples accepted by the Pace Environmental Law Review for their Spring 2019 issue.

Based out of Pace Law School in White Plains, N.Y., the Pace Environmental Law Review is one of the oldest and most prestigious environmental law journals in North America.