Alumni & Students
A Supreme Court of the NWT clerkship provided Cheryl-Anne Pine insight into Northern Canada.
A Windsor Law social justice fellowship enabled Reema Patel to work in human rights in Mumbai.
Windsor Law’s unique strength is an environment vested in your success, says John Brennan.
Windsor Law’s clinic programs gave Alice Vandeven a supervised “real world” experience.
Judith Potter's legal career may have started late, but shows no sign of stopping.
Lloyd Dean's competitive spirit served him well on the football field and even better in court.
Joe Comartin '71 was voted the brainiest in Parliament, but the MP is quick to share the credit.
Aly Alibhai is living the promise of a Windsor Law education.