“Most Canadians are not aware of the treaty history of Indigenous Peoples or are not aware of the violations of this treaty relationship,” says Beverly Jacobs, senior advisor to the president on Indigenous relations and outreach. “Nor are they aware of the genocide against Indigenous Peoples to try to erase them as people.”
— Published on Sep 26th, 2022
— Published on Jan 24th, 2022
Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) has appointed Associate Dean (Academic) Beverly Jacobs to lead a review of its structure to respond to the legal needs of Indigenous people in Ontario.
— Published on Nov 16th, 2021
— Published on Nov 15th, 2021
Law professors have published the first edition of a book centred around the decolonization of law from three unique perspectives. Published by Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), the book – Decolonizing Law: Indigenous, Third World and Settler Perspectives – studies the theory and practice of decolonizing law.
— Published on Jun 28th, 2021
The Association for Canadian Clinical Legal Education conferred two of its three annual awards to Windsor Law professors for their dedication to clinical legal education.
The association created awards to honour three of its longest-serving board members in 2020:
— Published on Jun 25th, 2021
Acting Dean Beverly Jacobs has published an informed opinion piece in The Conversation Canada about the recent discovery of 215 children's graves in Kamloops, BC.
— Published on Jun 18th, 2021
— Published on Jun 8th, 2021
Members of Ontario’s legal professions — including Acting Dean of Law Beverly Jacobs — will receive recognition for their career achievements and contributions to their communities at the annual Law Society awards celebration on Wednesday, May 26.
— Published on May 26th, 2021
Acting Dean Beverly Jacobs appears in a three-part video series about land governance produced by the David Suzuki Foundation.
— Published on Jun 2nd, 2021