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University of Windsor students stand with dean of law Christopher Waters in calling for justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit people.University of Windsor students stand with dean of law Christopher Waters in calling for justice for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit people.

Ribbons raising awareness of missing and murdered Indigenous women

Red ribbons tied across campus this week are intended to raise awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit people.

Graphic of arrows flowing from lightbulbWindsor Law will offer a four-day, intensive training course in patent practice, the first of its kind in Canada.

Windsor Law to offer certificate in patent practice

Windsor Law will offer a four-day, intensive training course in patent practice, the first of its kind in Canada.

Andromache KarakatsanisSupreme Court Justice Andromache Karakatsanis will speak as part of a feminist legal lectures series on Thursday, Feb. 6.

Revived speaker series to feature Supreme Court justice

Supreme Court Justice Andromache Karakatsanis will speak as part of a feminist legal lectures series on Thursday, Feb. 6.

Brian ManarinBrian Manarin will moderate a panel discussion of the ethical practice of criminal law, Jan. 30 in the Moot Court.

Discussion on criminal law eligible for professional development credit

Windsor Law will welcome a panel of local jurists to discuss topics of interest to the ethical practice of criminal law, Thursday, Jan. 30. The Law Society of Ontario is offering two hours of Continuing Professional Development credit, professionalism category, to all members in attendance.

Julie MacfarlaneWindsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane has been named to the Order of Canada in recognition of her advocacy on behalf of self-represented litigants.

Law professor appointed to the Order of Canada

Windsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane has been named to the Order of Canada in recognition of her advocacy on behalf of self-represented litigants.