Reem Bahdi, dean of the UWindsor Faculty of Law, has been appointed to the board of governors of the International Association of Law Schools.
When Parliament created “Structured Intervention Units” in 2019, Correctional Service Canada took the position that the new legislation had abolished administrative segregation and its institutions no longer practised solitary confinement.
Anthony N. Doob, professor emeritus at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto, will explore this claim in his 2024 Distinguished Lecture of the Windsor Yearbook Access to Justice from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, in the Don Rodzik Moot Court, Ron W. Ianni Faculty of Law Building.
Law professor Peter K. Yu will discuss “Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Creation and the Future Path of Copyright Law” in a seminar Wednesday.
A new certificate program delves into various aspects of intellectual property in creative industries.
Windsor Law professors Mary Anne Vallianatos and Vincent Wong have developed an original course on “Asian Canadians and the Law.”
Windsor Law hosted its 50th Annual Zuber Moot Competition Final Round on November 21st, 2023.
The latest technological developments in generative artificial intelligence are the topic of discussion by a panel of experts Nov. 22.
The Windsor chapter of the Black Law Students’ Association will host the fourth annual Lloyd Dean Moot on March 9.