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Sujith Xavier

Virtual conference an opportunity to discuss issues of race, anti-racism and research Virtual conference an opportunity to discuss issues of race, anti-racism and research

Virtual conference an opportunity to discuss issues of race, anti-racism and research at the university and beyond

Numerous high-profile incidents of anti-Black, anti-Indigenous and other forms of racism in both the university and in the larger Windsor Essex community led a group of students and faculty across disciplines to come together to work towards a consolidated and grounded critical race scholarship that can inform coordinated antiracist and decolonial practice.

Law professor Sujith XavierLaw professor Sujith Xavier will explore issues around racial bias in Canada’s courts in a study funded by the Canadian Foundation for Legal Research.

Law professor to explore racial bias in legal system

Law professor Sujith Xavier will explore issues around racial bias in Canada’s courts in a study funded by the Canadian Foundation for Legal Research.

logo of Transnational Law and Justice NetworkThe Transnational Law and Justice Network at Windsor Law has refocused its efforts around public education, launching an improved online presence.

Legal network engages in high impact litigation while making use of new online presence

The Transnational Law and Justice Network at Windsor Law has refocused its efforts around public education, launching an improved online presence.

Sujith Xavier, Tess SheldonLaw professors Sujith Xavier and Tess Sheldon received Partnership Engage Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Federal grants to support legal research projects

Law professors Sujith Xavier and Tess Sheldon received Partnership Engage Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.