Legal Assistance of Windsor has launched a new program for survivors of gender-based violence and sexual assault.
Community Legal Aid has released six tips for students on protecting themselves as tenants.
Legal Assistance of Windsor will hold its annual general meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 31, at Canterbury College.
The Council of Canadians national conference will confer an award Saturday on Windsor Law staffer Marion Overholt.
Legal Assistance of Windsor’s annual general meeting is tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Canterbury College.
A significant number of University of Windsor staffers, faculty members and both past and present members of the board have been awarded for their contributions to country in conjunction with the sixtieth anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne.
The following people have received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal:
Lawyer, teacher and social justice advocate Marion Overholt, a 1981 graduate of Windsor Law, will begin an appointment as executive director of the faculty’s Community Legal Aid, Legal Assistance of Windsor and poverty law clinics in January 2013.
In making the announcement, dean Camille Cameron emphasized the Faculty of Lawʼs commitment to supporting access to justice and to providing law students with rich opportunities for clinical and experiential learning.
If you build it, they will come.
That’s the hope of a team from the Department of Biological Sciences who installed 51 nest boxes at the University’s Pelee Environmental Research Centre on Saturday, August 27, to attract tree swallows, a blue-and-white species of songbird that breeds in the area.
“Tree swallows are an important part of our local bird community and they are excellent study animals,” said biology professor Dan Mennill, an ornithologist who helped to organize the project.