The Windsor Law Centre for Cities has released a new report: Windsor’s Cycling History, authored by Windsor Law Professor and former Dean of Law, Dr. Christopher Waters.
As the author suggests, despite its ‘Motor City’ label, Windsor has been and is a cycling city as well. In his report, Professor Waters recounts a century and a half of cycling history in Windsor.
— Published on Oct 6th, 2021
Professor Christopher Waters penned an op-ed in The Hill Times about Canada’s lack of presence or interest in the South Caucasus. Dr. Waters suggests Canada should have been able to play a more constructive role in the security dynamics in the region over the last decades.
— Published on Jun 1st, 2021
— Published on Apr 19th, 2021
An article published Feb. 9 in the Globe and Mail newspaper details the makeover of the UWindsor law school building to help move legal education into the 21st century.
— Published on Feb 10th, 2021
— Published on Dec 16th, 2020
Dean Christopher Waters has published an opinion piece in The Globe and Mail about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
— Published on Oct 15th, 2020
From left to right: Don Sr., Gail, Don Jr. and Amber Rodzik
— Published on May 13th, 2021
Next month, Windsor Law will virtually welcome the president of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, as he delivers the George M. Duck Lecture: a lecture series dedicated to the memory of community activist and successful businessperson George M. Duck.
— Published on Aug 12th, 2020