Reem A Bahdi, Associate Professor

Professor Bahdi joined the Faculty of Law in 2002. Her current research focuses on two areas. The first concentrates on the human rights dimensions of national security laws and policies in Canada. The second focuses on access to justice in the Palestinian context.

Professor Bahdi is Co-Director of KARAMAH, The Project on Judicial Independence and Human Dignity, a multi-million dollar initiative which aims to support access to justice in Palestine through research, continuing judicial education and directed civil society engagement.  She is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice.
 
Professor Bahdi teaches Access to Justice and Torts. She was awarded the Student Law Society Faculty Award for exemplary teaching and dedication to Windsor Law in 2008 and the University of Windsor Faculty Recognition Award in 2005.

Professor Bahdi served as Associate Dean of Windsor Law from 2012 - September 2015.

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