Roughly a dozen people gathered in front of the Ron W. Ianni Faculty of Law building on Monday, October 25 for a private dedication ceremony. The ceremony was led by Windsor Law’s Elder in Residence Myrna Kicknosway and her helper in honour of the ancestors who have resided on the territory of the Anishinaabe people of the Three Fires Confederacy: the Odawa, the Ojibwe, and the Potawatomi.
— Published on Nov 3rd, 2021
The Huron and the Jesuits Land Grant documents the donation of land on which the University’s main campus sits.
— Published on Oct 20th, 2021
Photo by Marcie Demmans
— Published on Oct 6th, 2021
Incoming Windsor Law students now have a new course to expand their legal education. Starting this fall, first-year students will be required to take an intensive Indigenous Legal Traditions course to fulfill the Juris Doctor (JD) requirements.
— Published on Aug 28th, 2018
Windsor Law students now have the opportunity to learn Indigenous legal traditions through an intensive four-day Anishinaabe Law Camp on Walpole Island First Nation.
The Anishinaabe Law Camp, Pii ki giiigidod, N bizendaami: When Earth Speaks, We Listen, offers a unique and personal approach to reconciliation-related teaching and learning experiences.
— Published on May 22nd, 2018