The Canadian Law Student Conference, hosted by the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, offers law students the unique opportunity to present their work and receive feedback from faculty and peers.
Law students from across Canada are invited to submit original, academic work to be considered for presentation at the Conference. Papers can be submitted from a wide range of disciplines falling within our mandate. For details on current deadlines and submission guidelines, please visit our Conference Submissions page.
Monetary awards are presented by the Review to the top two papers, as well as the top paper presented by a Windsor Law student.
The Conference takes place over a two-day period and is attended by law faculty, students, practitioners, and judges from across Canada.
The Honourable Justice Kasirer of the Supreme Court of Canada will be the keynote speaker for the 14th Annual Canadian Law Student Conference.
Location: Online (Blackboard Collaborate)
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