The Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education conferred two of its three 2021 awards to Windsor Law.
Local stakeholders will come together this week to discuss the urban issues facing Windsor and how the city is responding to them.
The public is invited to join Green Party of Canada leader Annamie Paul for a conversation moderated by Windsor Law students.
Presentations and roundtable discussions the week of Feb. 22 will highlight the need for climate action to be a whole-of-community approach.
A team of UWindsor researchers is exploring how municipalities can improve their resiliency to respond to and recover from pandemic scenarios.
The Windsor Law Centre for Cities will use funding from the Research Support Fund for strategic planning.
A report by the Windsor Law Centre for Cities reviews governance in Canadian municipalities during the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A UWindsor team is researching what makes some municipalities able to withstand a pandemic like COVID-19 and return to normalcy faster than others.
A community conversation Friday will consider a just, inclusive, and sustainable recovery in Windsor post-pandemic.