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young person on computerWindsor Law LLM students in the research methods class are examining the impact of COVID-19 on the university experience.

Law students examining impact of COVID-19 on UWindsor experience

Master of Law students are conducting research to assess how COVID-19 has impacted UWindsor students.

The pandemic is one of the most significant events of our time, and its changing situations, containment protocols, and medical advances are experienced differently by different members of society.

Students in the research methods class are conducting 30-minute semi-structured, teleconference interviews. During the interview, respondents are asked demographic questions, questions about their COVID-19-related experiences as a student, and their thoughts about them.

This study has been approved by the University of Windsor’s Research Ethics Board.

The Windsor Law LLM program values intellectual curiosity, interdisciplinary, and impactful research, says Laverne Jacobs, associate dean, research and graduate studies.

To learn more about the Windsor Law LLM program or the COVID-19 research study, contact Dr. Jacobs at gradlawinfo@uwindsor.ca.