Windsor Law professor Jasminka Kalajdzic wrote the book on class actions. Now she is heading up a law clinic — the first of its kind in North America — dedicated one of the most high-profile and far-reaching legal procedures in the Canadian justice system.
— Published on Oct 17th, 2019
— Published on Jul 22nd, 2019
Windsor Law professor Jasminka Kalajdzic comments on proposed changes to proceedings against the Crown legislation this week in a QP Briefing article. In the news article, lawyers dispute Ford's claim that "activists" are clogging up Ontario courts.
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— Published on May 6th, 2019
Professor Kalajdzic comments on the controversial Sixties Scoop class action settlement.
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— Published on Aug 28th, 2018
— Published on May 18th, 2018
In response to criticisms and questions about the hundreds of marches that took place Saturday, January 20 as part of the Women’s March movement, Professor Kalajdzic published an op-ed setting out the reasons people marched, and commenting on the utility of street protests.
— Published on Mar 9th, 2018
A Canadian judge who made headlines last year after he wore a "Make America Great Again" Trump hat in court has been suspended for 30 days.
Professor Jasminka Kalajdzic and several other Windsor Law faculty members submitted one among dozens of complaints to the Ontario Judicial Council regarding the incident. CBC reached to Professor Kalajdzic for her reaction to the decision.
— Published on Sep 14th, 2017
Prof. Kalajdzic comments on the recent settlement involving diluted chemotherapy drugs, and the limited access to justice benefits of class actions. “For class members who may be looking for more than just a settlement cheque, the class action model definitely has its limitations,” she stated.
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— Published on May 30th, 2017
Students and the Associate Dean from the Faculty of Law March on Washington, D.C.
— Published on Mar 6th, 2017
— Published on Nov 17th, 2016