The Class Action Clinic at the UWindsor Faculty of Law has received a $3.1 million award from the recent settlement of a $100-million class action lawsuit.
“This award to the clinic is an important next step in Windsor Law’s rich history of upholding an access to justice mission for Canadians,” said dean Reem Bahdi. “The Class Action Clinic at Windsor Law is the first clinic of its kind in North America.”
— Published on Oct 28th, 2022
The Law Society of Ontario has elected Windsor Law alumna Jacqueline Horvat (LLB 2001) its treasurer for the 2022-23 term.
— Published on Jul 4th, 2022
— Published on Nov 18th, 2021
— Published on Nov 4th, 2021
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 Honourable Edward M. Morgan of the Superior Court of Justice recently approved the settlement of a securities class action lawsuit, and in doing so, approved an award of $90,000 to the Class Action Clinic at Windsor Law in left-over or ‘cy près’ funds.
— Published on Oct 19th, 2021
Windsor Law Professor Reem Bahdi has accepted an appointment as Dean of the Faculty of Law effective July 1, UWindsor Provost Patti Weir announced Wednesday.
— Published on Jun 24th, 2021
This month, second-year law student Roxana Jahani Aval is applying her Human Dignity course learnings to the world of podcasts.
— Published on Feb 26th, 2021
In the Spring of 2006, the Centre of Law in Aid of Development and Canadian American Research Centre for Law and Policy were amalgamated, creating the Transnational Law and Justice Network (TLJN) at Windsor Law.
— Published on May 11th, 2021
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