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Christopher Waters

Report entitled "Windsor's Cycling History"Windsor’s engagement with cycling has been significant and unbroken, argues a report by law professor Christopher Waters.

Report recounts Windsor’s cycling history

Windsor’s engagement with cycling has been significant and unbroken, argues a report by law professor Christopher Waters.
Irek Kusmierczyk, Anneke Smit, Patricia Galvão-Ferreira, Christopher WatersWindsor-Tecumseh MP Irek Kusmierczyk announced $125,000 in funding through the Climate Action Fund to Windsor Law, represented by professors Anneke Smit, Patricia Galvão-Ferreira, and dean Chris Waters.

Local action on climate change subject of youth workshop

A three-day workshop starting March 8 will give youth tools for working towards climate action in their communities.

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.

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.