— Published on Oct 20th, 2021
A recent CBC Windsor article reported on an amendment to the Broadcasting Act that failed to pass in Senate.
Professor Pascale Chapdelaine commented on Bill C-10, suggesting more clarity is needed to gain public consensus.
— Published on Jul 6th, 2021
Professor Pascale Chapdelaine's work on the property attributes of copyright was cited in the Supreme Court of Texas decision Jim Olive Photography v. University of Houston System.
— Published on Jun 22nd, 2021
— Published on Oct 22nd, 2020
From left to right: professors Shanthi Senthe, Muharem Kianieff, Jasminka Kalajdzic, Pascale Chapdelaine
This fall, Windsor Law faculty members were busy organizing significant conferences across the University of Windsor campus and community.
— Published on Nov 12th, 2019
Pascale Chapdelaine, "Graffiti, street art, walls, and the public in Canadian copyright law" in Enrico Bonadio, ed, The Cambridge Handbook of Copyright in Street Art and Graffiti, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019) 123.
— Published on Dec 6th, 2018
Windsor Law kicked off the 50th anniversary year in January with a book launch and scholarship celebration. The Honourable George R. Strathy, Chief Justice of Ontario, and University of Windsor President, Dr. Alan Wildeman joined us to congratulate our faculty and celebrated authors: Pascale Chapdelaine, Sujith Xavier, Brian Manarin, William Bogart, Julie MacFarlane and Richard Moon.
For 50 years, our faculty has helped change the world we live in through cutting-edge legal research.
— Published on Jun 15th, 2018
Outstanding performance at the 15th Annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot Competition
— Published on Apr 4th, 2017