The Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education conferred two of its three 2021 awards to Windsor Law.
Recent legal reforms suggest prairie provinces could be gearing up for more violence against Indigenous Peoples, write three Windsor Law professors.
The Supreme Court of Canada cited research by professor Jillian Rogin of Windsor Law in a recent judgment.
More than 270 jurists have signed on to a statement from Windsor law professors condemning violations of Indigenous nations’ rights.
A holistic approach to reconciliation requires government officials to institutionalize respectful relationships with Indigenous peoples.
A symposium Friday will discuss “Resisting the Criminalization of Black Youth.”
Windsor observance of Prisoners’ Justice Day is set for Mackenzie Hall on August 10.
A campus effort to sponsor a refugee family from Syria for resettlement in Canada has reached its initial fundraising target and submitted the sponsorship application. Now the real work begins, report organizers.
“With so much help from across the university community, we have raised more than the minimum required to bring a family here,” says professor Anneke Smit, part of the Group of Five sponsors based in Windsor Law. “This has been a campus-wide effort. Every faculty contributed, as well as individuals and groups.”