— Published on Apr 19th, 2021
— Published on Aug 26th, 2020
Recognizing that experiential learning is a key component of providing a rigorous legal education, the Advocacy and Mooting Program at Windsor Law engages students each year in a variety of mock advocacy competitions including mooting (appellate advocacy), mock trial competitions, mock mediation, client counseling, and negotiation competitions.
Windsor Law reports the following successes for the 2019-20 mooting season:
Adam F. Fanaki Competition Law Moot
— Published on Jul 16th, 2021
The Government of Ontario has awarded Windsor Law professor David Tanovich the 2019 David Walter Mundell Medal for excellence in legal writing. The medal is awarded by the province’s attorney general on the recommendation of a selection committee chaired by the Chief Justice of Ontario, George Strathy.
— Published on Mar 5th, 2020
— Published on Apr 11th, 2018
In this Conversation essay, Professor Tanovich explores the triggers and process failures that enabled racial bias to impact the jury in the Gerald Stanley case.
Read the full essay on The Conversation website.
— Published on Apr 6th, 2018
The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) announced today that they will honour Windsor Law Professor David Tanovich, as a Fellow at its induction and awards ceremony November 24th.
Tanovich is one of 89 new Fellows that the Royal Society of Canada has elected for 2017.
— Published on Sep 7th, 2017
Tanovich, David, “Regulating Inductive Reasoning in Sexual Assault Cases,” in Berger, Ben; Cunliffe, Emma; and Stribopoulos, James, [TBD (On Justice Marc Rosenberg)] (Toronto: 2017, Carswell)
Windsor Law Faculty Author: David Tanovich
Professor David Tanovich to present his racial profiling paper, Applying The Racial Profiling Correspondence Test, at The Law Society of Upper Canada's (LSUC) 6 Minute Criminal Lawyer in Toronto on April 8, 2017.
— Published on Mar 28th, 2017
— Published on Nov 14th, 2016