“Law and Disability in Canada” provides a comprehensive overview of relevant issues in Canada.
Paul Ocheje took up an appointment as associate dean for research and graduate studies in the Faculty of Law on July 1.
Windsor Law associate dean Laverne Jacobs is nominated to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Windsor Law professor Laverne Jacobs has developed a webinar series to consider ways to improve adjudicative tribunals and administrative justice.
Law professor Sujith Xavier will explore issues around racial bias in Canada’s courts in a study funded by the Canadian Foundation for Legal Research.
The Law, Disability & Social Change Project has compiled a database of over 1,200 news stories relating to people with disabilities and COVID-19.
The March 9 workshop “Accessibility, Inclusion, and the Limits of the Law” is the second in the online series “It’s Accessible, but is it Inclusive?”