Law prof honoured for equity work

Friends and colleagues came together on May 14 at Kerr House to honour law professor Richard Moon as the 2013 recipient of the Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award.

The award was established by the Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee of the Windsor University Faculty Association in memory of the late sociology professor Mary Lou Dietz. It honours association members who demonstrate the spirit of leadership through their contributions to creating an equity culture on campus.

Moon was praised as a champion of equity, for his work both as an educator and as a researcher. Author of the textbook The Constitutional Protection of Freedom of Expression and the forthcoming Freedom of Conscience and Religion, he focuses on human rights, including freedom of religion, expression and speech.

More information about the award and about Moon’s accomplishments is available on the Faculty Association website.

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