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I currently teach two courses:

  • Property Law: This is a mandatory or core course in the first-year law curriculum. It introduces student to the various ways in which law shapes and governs the relationship of people regarding the control of valued or valuable resources. To view the topics covered in this course, please click here
  •  Access to Justice: This course is team-taught, and the course guide describes the basic questions to which answers are sought in the course as follows: What is the ideal of access to justice? What are the practical implications of a commitment to that ideal for the substance, process and practice of law in contemporary Canada? To view the contents of this course, please click here. Access to Justice is the institutional theme of the University of Windsor Law School