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Thomasen and Jacobs discuss autonomous vehicles, accessibility and the law with CBC Windsor

Professors Kristen Thomasen and Laverne Jacobs discuss autonomous vehicles, accessibility and the law with CBC Windsor's Tony Doucette. 

Listen to the full interview on the CBC Windsor website.

Law students get hands-on experience through joint International Intellectual Property Law Clinic

Dual JD Student, Stephanie Fong Dual JD student, Stephanie Fong, is one of many law students taking advantage of Windsor Law’s border location. Not only is she earning both a Canadian and American law degree, but she is also getting international patent law experience through course work at the International Intellectual Property Law Clinic.

Bill Bogart discusses legal considerations at Marijuana at Work Conference

The Conference Board of Canada hosted Marijuana @ Work in Toronto this week, addressing variety of aspects that will impact Canadian workplaces as Canada prepares to legalize recreational marijuana.

Professor Bill Bogart, delivered a talk at the conference detailing an array legal considerations. Read his full paper on our website. 

Windsor Law's Statement on Stanley Trial Verdict

Faculty of Law, University of Windsor – A Statement on Stanley Trial Verdict

Putting Faith in Hate by Richard Moon discussed in the National Post

Richard Moon’s new book about religion and hate speech – Putting Faith in Hate (Cambridge Univ. Press) is discussed in a recent article about hate speech in The National Post.

Read the full article on the National Post website.

Marion Overholt interviewed by CBC News Windsor and the Windsor Star following city council's rental licensing system decision

Community Legal Aid (CLA) and Legal Assistance of Windsor (LAW) executive director Marion Overholt was interviewed by CBC News and the Windsor Star after Windsor City Council voted against a rental licensing system.

Moon invited to UBC to advise on freedom of expression

Richard Moon was asked to advise UBC committee that is developing a statement on campus free speech and moderate a public forum on the issue. 

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Moon in Globe and Mail on assisted death

Richard Moon commented on a recent judgment about conscientious objection and medical assistance in dying in the globe and mail.

Read the full article here:

Kalajdzic's op-ed in the Windsor Star on why people protest

In response to criticisms and questions about the hundreds of marches that took place Saturday, January 20 as part of the Women’s March movement, Professor Kalajdzic published an op-ed setting out the reasons people marched, andcommenting on the utility of street protests.

Moon in the Globe and Mail on assisted death and religious freedom

Professor Richard Moon was interviewed by the Globe and Mail about whether religious nursing or health care facilities have an obligation to permit medical assistance in dying.

Read the full article on the Globe and Mail website.

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