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Oxford International IP Moot Team Ruebe James (2L), Sanjeevan Shivakumar (3L), and Shannon Uhera (3L), and their coach, Professor Pascale Chapdelaine Oxford International IP Moot Team Ruebe James (2L), Sanjeevan Shivakumar (3L), and Shannon Uhera (3L), and their coach, Professor Pascale Chapdelaine

Outstanding performance at the 15th Annual Oxford International Intellectual Property Law Moot Competition

Chief Justice Strathy

Chief Justice George R. Strathy Chief Justice George R. Strathy

Windsor Law was proud to welcome Chief Justice George R. Strathy for our annual Judge in Residence day yesterday. Justice Strathy's talk to students about “things I wish I knew when I went to law school” was keenly received as was his lecture to Professor Noel Semple's Civil Procedure class.

A reception and dinner hosted by Windsor Law for faculty, students and members of the Bench and Bar followed.

Photo Credit: Angela Zhu

WRLSI Conference

WRLSI Conference

To kick off the 10 year anniversary of the Canadian Law Student Conference, the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues (WRLSI) was proud to present an evening with Madam Justice Côté where she spoke about her time at the Supreme Court of Canada, and gave advice on how to be an effective advocate. The event was attended by Windsor Law students and moderators of the Conference, as well as practitioners in the Windsor area.

National Self-Represented Litigants Project Headed to Supreme Court

The National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) is headed to the Supreme Court of Canada this April. The NSRLP has been awarded Intervenor Status to offer advice and argument in Pintea v Johns, a case that will look at the types of assistance a judge both may, and should, give to a self-represented litigant. An Intervenor is a party who is not directly involved in a legal dispute, but who represents the rights of non-parties and speaks on an issue of the case that is not provided by either the defendant or plaintiff.

Tawfik addresses Senate Liberal Open Caucus Meeting

Myra Tawfik Myra Tawfik

On March 1, Professor Myra Tawfik was invited by Senator Art Eggleton to address a Senate Liberal Open Caucus meeting in Ottawa. The subject of the session was “Countering Counterfeits” and Professor Tawfik spoke about the difficulties Canadian innovative start-ups face in relation to global online counterfeiting and piracy. Among the others speaking at the session was Windsor Law Grad Georgina Danzig '88.

View the session here.

Moon Quoted in the Toronto Star

Professor Richard Moon was quoted in a Toronto Star article, Monday, February 27, on why hate crimes are difficult to prosecute. 

Moot Success!

Wilson Moot Team Ryan Stern, Madalyn Bavaro, Michael Hodgins, Professor Donna Eansor, Shelby Morrison and David Ragni Wilson Moot Team Ryan Stern, Madalyn Bavaro, Michael Hodgins, Professor Donna Eansor, Shelby Morrison and David Ragni

Congratulations to the team and especially to Shelby Morrison, 3rd place Top Oralist. 

Another Moot Win!

2017 OTLA Cup Presented to Windsor Law Students 2017 OTLA Cup Presented to Windsor Law Students Tararah Etemadi, Noah Haynes, Adam Lawson

Congratulations to Noah Haynes, Adam Lawson and Tararah Etemadi and their coaches Francine Herlehy and Monica Pathak on their hard work and dedication that resulted in their 2017 OTLA Cup win.

Special congrats to Adam Lawson for winning best overall advocate.

Another Moot Success!

Adam Fucile and Joseph Tung with their Coach

Dual JD 3L students Adam Fucile and Joseph Tung, overall winning team of The Regional Transactional LawMeet Competition

Moot Win!

Justin Smith, Prof Jasminka Kaladjzic, Peter Valente, Amanda Iarusso and Sean Reginio Justin Smith, Prof Jasminka Kaladjzic, Peter Valente, Amanda Iarusso and Sean Reginio

Windsor Team wins Winkler Class Action Moot Competition.

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