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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.

Justice Mary Jo Nolan, Heather Hansen, Jamie Johnson, Allan Stitt, Evan Kubes, and Joshua Marcus Honorees Justice Mary Jo Nolan, Heather Hansen, Jamie Johnson, Allan Stitt, Evan Kubes, and Joshua Marcus attended the Toronto Alumni Dinner and Awards.

Windsor Law honours its alumni

Nearly 300 grads and guests enjoyed Windsor Law's annual alumni dinners in Toronto and Windsor on Nov. 27 and Dec. 10.

Nye Thomas, Ryan FritschExecutive director Nye Thomas and counsel Ryan Fritsch of the Law Commission of Ontario will discuss its research into the impact of artificial intelligence on access to justice.

Lecture to discuss artificial intelligence and the justice system

The LTEC Lab will host a discussion on the impact of artificial intelligence on access to justice, Nov. 20 at Windsor Law.

Richard MoonUWindsor law professor Richard Moon will discuss the increasingly partisan employment of the term “free speech” Tuesday in a Humanities Week lecture.

Conversations to open Humanities Week

UWindsor law professor Richard Moon will discuss the increasingly partisan employment of the term “free speech” Tuesday in a Humanities Week lecture.