Members of the public and campus community are invited to join the Paul Martin Law Library's Truth and Reconciliation Sharing Circle for a virtual Orange Shirt Day event on Thursday, Sept. 30.
The group will meet over the Blackboard Collaborate platform at 4:30 p.m. to present two National Film Board films:
— Published on Sep 23rd, 2021
Law professors have published the first edition of a book centred around the decolonization of law from three unique perspectives. Published by Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), the book – Decolonizing Law: Indigenous, Third World and Settler Perspectives – studies the theory and practice of decolonizing law.
— Published on Jun 28th, 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
The University of Windsor is hiring five full-time, Indigenous professors as part of a new President’s Indigenous Peoples Scholars Program.
— Published on Jul 13th, 2017
Windsor Law Professor, Valarie Waboose, was interviewed by CBC News regarding the high number of indigenous children in the child welfare system.
Read the full story here.
— Published on May 30th, 2017
Windsor Law Professor Valarie Waboose called on Senator Lynn Beyak to educate herself about residential schools after the Senator said indigenous people 'owe their lives' to residential schools. Professor Waboose challenged the Senator in an interview with CBC Morning News on April 3.
Read the CBC article here.
— Published on Apr 6th, 2017
Professor Valarie Waboose gave a presentation at The Ontario Indigenous Justice Gathering October 12 - 14 in Niagara Falls, Ontario entitiled "Reconciliation and Aboriginal Child Welfare in Canada."
— Published on Oct 17th, 2016
New Faculty Jeffery Hewitt, Valarie Waboose, Kristen Thomasen, and Vasanthi Venkatesh
Windsor Law Welcomes New Faculty!
— Published on Nov 17th, 2016
Valarie Waboose appointed Ron Ianni scholar-in-residence.
— Published on Nov 17th, 2014