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video conference screenStudents from the Law, Disability and Social Change Project discussed their work last week with the federal Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion.

Accessibility advocates meet with federal minister for disability inclusion

Last week, federal Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion Carla Qualtrough met virtually with Windsor-Essex advocates for people with disabilities, including the Law, Disability and Social Change Project at Windsor Law.

Led by project director Laverne Jacobs, associate dean of Windsor Law for research and graduate studies, the group had seven students in attendance, including third-year JD/MSW major Deborah Willoughby.

Earth from spaceA virtual panel discussion Wednesday will feature Windsor Law grads working in climate action.

Law panel to discuss working in climate action

A virtual panel discussion Wednesday will feature Windsor Law grads working in climate action.

Habitat for Humanity truck loading filing cabinetsA moving van clears goods from Windsor Law for donation to the Habitat for Humanity ReStore.

Windsor Law donates goods to Habitat for Humanity ReStore

A donation of goods to Habitat for Humanity helped clear the way for the Transforming Windsor Law renovation project.