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Kayla SmithWindsor Law student Kayla Smith re-appeared before a Senate committee considering how to encourage young Canadians to volunteer in their communities.

Windsor Law student appears before Senate committee

Windsor Law student Kayla Smith re-appeared before a Senate committee considering how to encourage young Canadians to volunteer in their communities.

Law professor Sean Rehaag of Osgoode HallLaw professor Sean Rehaag of Osgoode Hall will discuss his experiments into the adjudication of refugee claims Friday at Windsor Law.

Refugee status adjudication subject of lecture

Law professor Sean Rehaag of Osgoode Hall will discuss his experiments into the adjudication of refugee claims Friday at Windsor Law.

Robin Moodie, Robert ShawyerThe Ontario Bar Association will confer awards on Windsor Law alumni grads Robin Moodie and Robert Shawyer, April 17 in Toronto.

Two Windsor Law grads to receive Ontario Bar Association awards

The Ontario Bar Association will confer awards on Windsor Law alumni grads Robin Moodie and Robert Shawyer, April 17 in Toronto.

UWindsor committee to host third annual RealTalk symposium

The University of Windsor’s Making-it-Awkward Committee is hosting its third annual symposium, “Real Talk: A Discussion of Systemic Oppression Faced by Racial Minorities,” on Friday, March 22, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the School of Social Work, in Windsor Hall at 167 Ferry St.