Last week, two Windsor Law and Detroit Mercy Law students enrolled in the Canadian & American Dual JD program wrote articles for The Lawyer's Daily, published by LexisNexis Canada.
In their respective articles, Sarina Nezhadian (2L) wrote about COVID-19 and the difficulties for Ontario inmates, while Matthew Chikaonda (3L) wrote about how Bayer AG's strategy in Roundup class actions is fraught with reputational risks.
— Published on Jul 8th, 2020
In July, the Law Commission of Ontario released its final report of the Class Proceedings Act: a two-year project led by Windsor Law professor Jasminka Kalajdzic.
— Published on Dec 19th, 2019
— Published on Jul 22nd, 2019
Professor Kalajdzic comments on the controversial Sixties Scoop class action settlement.
Read the full story on the CBC website.
— Published on Aug 28th, 2018
— Published on May 18th, 2018
Professor Jasminka Kalajdzic teaching class at Windsor Law
Thanks to video conferencing technology and a unique collaboration between Windsor Law’s Professor Jasminka Kalajdzic, Stanford Law’s Deborah Hensler, and Tilburg University’s Ianika Tzankova, Windsor Law students had the opportunity to learn about class action regimes in Canada, the U.S., the Netherlands and Germany, and to engage with students in each jurisdiction — all without leaving Windsor.
— Published on Jun 28th, 2017
Prof. Kalajdzic comments on the recent settlement involving diluted chemotherapy drugs, and the limited access to justice benefits of class actions. “For class members who may be looking for more than just a settlement cheque, the class action model definitely has its limitations,” she stated.
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— Published on May 30th, 2017
Associate Dean Jasminka Kalajdzic was cited in a Lawyers Weekly article entitled "Judge Questions Fees, Cuts Settlement" dated September 30, 2016.
— Published on Oct 10th, 2016
Prof Kalajdzic comments on impact of recent decision banning 'ransom payments'.
— Published on Dec 8th, 2015
Kalajdzic with Co-Professors
Professor Jasminka Kalajdzic's comparative class action course was featured in the recent state visit to Canada by the King and Queen of the Netherlands, the Minister of Education, the Foreign Affairs Minister, and various other officials. The three day visit commemorates the liberation of Holland 70 years ago by Canadian forces.
— Published on Jun 1st, 2015