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Professor Julie Macfarlane comments on legal aid funding

In a recent Canadian Bar Association National Magazine article, Windsor Law Professor and National Self-Represented Litigants Project Director Julie Macfarlane disputes that Canadians don't care about legal aid. According to the article, Dr. Macfarlane says the real problem is a lack of stakeholder culture in the legal system.

Indigenous Legal Orders Institute launches at Windsor Law

From left to right: Windsor Law Dean Christopher Waters, Professor Valarie Waboose, Research Assistant Lyann Ordenes, Indigenous Legal Studies Coordinator Michelle Nahdee, Research Assistant Meghan Chant, Professor Beverly Jacobs, and Chief Miskokomon (Walpole Island First Nation)

Professor Myra Tawfik named Tech Researcher of the Year

Windsor Law professor Myra Tawfik was named Tech Researcher of the Year at an awards reception Oct. 26, organized by the WEtech Alliance.

Professor Tawfik, has led a number of projects designed to provide start-ups and innovators with access to legal services to protect their inventions.

Windsor Law students rally city's Muslim population to vote in federal election

Two Windsor Law students are working on rallying the city's Muslim population to vote in the upcoming federal election later this month. 

Third-year law student Aadil Nathani and second-year law student Mariam Rajabali are part of the Canadian-Muslim Vote non-profit, which bills itself as a "national, non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization that aims to increase civic engagement of Canadian Muslims through community outreach and education."