The Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education conferred two of its three 2021 awards to Windsor Law.
A panel discussion June 23 will consider allyship for change across racialized groups.
Recent legal reforms suggest prairie provinces could be gearing up for more violence against Indigenous Peoples, write three Windsor Law professors.
Windsor Law will launch the new Indigenous Legal Orders Institute with a film screening, guest lecture, and reception on Friday, Nov. 1.
University of Regina education professor Marc Spooner is one of the provocateurs to kick-start a discussion Wednesday on the purpose of higher ed.
A holistic approach to reconciliation requires government officials to institutionalize respectful relationships with Indigenous peoples.
A panel of experts will discuss “Disrupting Dominant Discourses of Food Systems and Food Movements,” Wednesday at Windsor Law.
Students entering Windsor Law this fall will be required to take the course Indigenous Legal Traditions.