Sukanya Pillay and Olatoke Adeboboye will lead the new Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
A weekly podcast out of Windsor Law discusses how COVID-19 has affected issues around global justice.
It’s wrong to believe that deferred prosecution deals open the floodgates to corporate evasions of justice, says law professor Sukanya Pillay.
UWindsor alumna Sukanya Pillay and Patrícia Galvão Ferreira have taken up positions at Windsor Law funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario.
A conference Wednesday on the UWindsor campus will explore the theme “Lawyering for Change.”
The Distinguished Visitor in Women’s Studies program this year will honour a diverse group—activists whose struggles helped to enshrine gender equality in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
“Their vision and determination have made it possible for us to live in a country that values fairness and justice for women,” says Anne Forrest, director of the women’s studies program.