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Transforming Windsor Law

Image of new exterior look of the Windsor Law building

When the Ron W. Ianni building was conceived, the architects had in mind a new kind of law school. The building was bold and its lines, materials and common spaces were meant to reflect “law as a social process.”

The building has served us well for many years but is showing its age. In 2018, Windsor Law’s 50th anniversary year presented an opportune time to rethink our space needs for teaching, research, advocacy and service in a renewed building and on a renewed University campus

It is exciting to conceive of a building that could serve Windsor Law for the next 50 years. Please explore the upcoming $35 million building transformation on this section of our website.

To help us plan for a transformed space, the Steering Committee has developed 5 guiding principles: 

  1. Create a welcoming and accessible place that instils pride in Windsor Law.
  2. Increase usable building space in a way that puts the student experience at the centre and that supports dynamic teaching, research, experiential learning and service.
  3. Design flexible and multi-purpose spaces that are forward-looking and open to change.
  4. Connect the building to our local Indigenous peoples, physical environment, heritage and communities.
  5. Promote environmental sustainability, health and well-being.

Construction updates:

TWL construction image of the Moot Court
The Ron W. Ianni Faculty of Law building was decommissioned over the holiday break and General Contractor EllisDon Corporation and Fortis Construction Group get construction underway in this photo captured on January 18, 2021.

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TWL project


Interior demolition is underway in these photos captured on March 11, 2021.

 

Funds raised to date: 

graphic showing $5.5 million raised to date

To make your contribution to Windsor Law or Transforming Windsor Law, please contact Shae Harasym (shae@uwindsor.ca) or Karen Momotiuk Chapman (karenm@uwindsor.ca).

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