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
In a Conversation Canada article published today, professors Reem Bahdi, Jillian Rogin and Sylvia Mcadam argue that recent legal reforms in Alberta and Saskatchewan suggest both provinces could be gearing up for more violence against Indigenous Peoples, even as both commit to reconciliation.
— Published on Jul 16th, 2020
A paper written by Professor Jillian Rogin has been cited with approval in Supreme Court Judgment R. v. Zora. The SCC judgment acknowledges that Indigenous people, overrepresented in the criminal justice system, are disproportionately affected by unnecessary and unreasonable bail conditions and resulting breach charges.
— Published on Jun 22nd, 2020
Professor Jillian Rogin was interviewed by HuffPost Canada for their article about cuts to Legal Aid Ontario’s bail court and how they may endanger constitutional rights.
This story is a part of UNAIDED, a HuffPost Canada series that examines the effects of recent funding cuts to Ontario’s legal aid system and the impacts on the vulnerable people who rely on it to navigate our complicated justice system.
— Published on Jun 19th, 2019
Windsor Law professors Sylvia McAdam, Jillian Rogin, and Reem Bahdi wrote an article for The Conversation Canada about McAdam's ancestral lands. Also the co-founder of Idle No More, Sylvia McAdam was brought before a Saskatchewan judge and put on trial for attempting to use her family’s ancestral lands.
— Published on Mar 26th, 2019
Professors Anneke Smith and Gemma Smyth, and CLA's Jillian Rogin
Professors Anneke Smit and Gemma Smyth, and Community Legal Aid's Jillian Rogin, on the Syrian refugees' need for better ways to reconnect with their families in today's Globe and Mail.
Read the full article here.
— Published on Dec 19th, 2016