If you are interested to learn more about Social Justice Fellowship, come to our information session on November 15, 2023 at 1:00 pm- 2:00pm.
Please register to attend via Qualtrics
Location: Ron W. Ianni Building, Room 2140
The Windsor Law Social Justice Fellowship Program supports students interested in obtaining exposure to social justice advocacy in either a domestic or an international context. The Program is designed to enable the Fellows to experience enriching professional and intellectual opportunities.
The Social Justice Fellowship program:
· facilitates a sustained and rigorous inquiry into the contexts of socio-legal problems and oppressive dimensions of the law and the legal system, including dispossession, domination, colonization, subordination, privilege, poverty, and racialization and/or occupation, settlement, and conquest;
· promotes and furthers an anti-racist, anti-oppression perspective where the central goal is to engage in transformative systemic change to ameliorate the lived experiences of marginalized people;
· selects students from a pool of outstanding upper year candidates with a demonstrated commitment to anti-racism anti-oppression, and decolonization; and
· requires students to satisfy a directed reading requirement (which can be viewed as part of their transnational/perspective options) with their faculty advisors once the fellowship is completed. Exceptions can be made with the approval of the SJF Committee.