Giving Day logoGiving Day, Feb. 25, will help the University of Windsor Faculty of Law build for future generations.

Windsor Law to host annual Giving Day

In support of its students and its future, Windsor Law is hosting a 24-hour fundraising day on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

Soon, the Faculty of Law will begin to transform its building for future generations, making the space more warm, welcoming, and accessible — and it invites you to be an important part of this progress.

Windsor Law alumnus Allan Stitt (LLB 1988), president of ADR Chambers and the Stitt Feld Handy Group, will match every contribution made on Giving Day to a total of $25,000, doubling each gift.

The new building will be contemporary and easy to navigate. Classrooms will be flooded with natural light and enhance the entire experience at Windsor Law. It will encourage active learning, collaboration and problem-solving. There will be new, flexible meeting spaces for student groups: to study, practice for moots and law school competitions, and strengthen social bonds between classmates.

Donors who make a gift on Feb. 25 will be acknowledged in several ways:

  • featured on the “WL Giving Day Difference” banner in the law school to inspire students and the law school community to get involved each year;
  • listed in the Giving Day donor roll in the Summer edition of Access Windsor Law newsletter, which will be circulated to alumni and friends of Windsor Law; and
  • gifts over $1,000 will be acknowledged on the donor wall.

Progress will be shared once #WLGivingDay concludes. For more information, visit the event website

—Rachelle Prince

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