Law profs named editors-in-chief of professional journal
— Published on Apr 28th, 2022
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 Law and Technology Lab (LTEC Lab) at Windsor Law has partnered with the European IP Institutes Network Innovation Society (EIPIN-Innovation Society) to launch a new speaker series.
The virtual events will feature international experts on intellectual property law of varying experience — from graduate students to early-stage and experienced scholars — from around the world.
— Published on May 11th, 2021
Windsor Law Professor Wissam Aoun has organized a national patent seminar for Canadian law students, a virtual program offering of which he is also the chair.
— Published on Jul 7th, 2020
Recognizing that experiential learning is a key component of providing a rigorous legal education, the Advocacy and Mooting Program at Windsor Law engages students each year in a variety of mock advocacy competitions including mooting (appellate advocacy), mock trial competitions, mock mediation, client counseling, and negotiation competitions.
Windsor Law reports the following successes for the 2019-20 mooting season:
Adam F. Fanaki Competition Law Moot
— Published on Jul 16th, 2021
A four-day, intensive training course developed by Professor Wissam Aoun will offer certification in patent practice, the first of its kind in Canada.
The Certificate in Patent Practice, funded by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) as part of its Intellectual Property (IP) Legal Clinics Program, is being developed for — and offered free of charge to — Canadian law students.
— Published on Jan 30th, 2020
— Published on Aug 15th, 2019
2017 has proven to be an exciting year for Windsor Law’s LLM program. The program honoured its first graduate, Britney DeCosta, during the fall convocation ceremony.
DeCosta, who graduated from the University of Windsor with a joint MSW/JD degree in 2016, was one of four LLM students in the first cohort that started in the fall of 2016.
— Published on Oct 29th, 2017
Professor Aoun calls for an overhaul of regulation of patent-agent profession
— Published on Dec 26th, 2016
Prof Wissam Aoun Announced as new Director of UDM IP Clinic
— Published on Nov 12th, 2015