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Jacobs' Work for PWDs Featured on CBC

Laverne Jacobs, Photo by Chris Kendig Photography Laverne Jacobs, Photo by Chris Kendig Photography

Professor Laverne Jacobs is making a difference through her impactful work for people with disabilities that led to this week's victory decision for ‪human rights‬ in the Northwest Territories' case Portman v Govt of NWT.

Ocheje presents papers at the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption workshop in Nigeria

Professor Ocheje will also be participating in a seminar hosted by the Commonwealth Secretariat for Anti-Corruption Agencies in Nigeria.

George W. Bush Institute Members Visit the Dual JD Program

Detroit Mercy Law Dean Phyllis L. Crocker Welcomes George W. Bush Institute Visitors Detroit Mercy Law Dean Phyllis L. Crocker Welcomes George W. Bush Institute Visitors

Discussions explored ways in which economic integration among the US, Canada and Mexico can strengthen the US economy and create economic opportunity across the North American continent.

Student Interning with The International Labour Organization (ILO)

The International Labour Organization (ILO), is a United Nations specialized agency based in Geneva, Switzerland.This summer, Lindsay Craig (JD) will be interning with the organization with the Office of the Deupty Director-General for Policy (DDG/P), joining a small team of senior advisers to the DDG/P and working closely with the Senior Counsellor to the DDG/P.

Dual JD Student works with the Transnational Environmental Law Clinic

Windsor Law partnered with Wayne State Law to create North America’s first Transnational Environmental Law Clinic in 2012. The clinic teaches students the skills and strategies needed to affect environmental policy in all three branches of state and federal government. 

Professors Etherington and Wilson Retire

Professors Brian Etherington and Larry Wilson have been pillars at Windsor Law for many years. In Larry’s case, this goes from involvement with an incredible variety of social justice contributions in the 1970s (leadership on the Community Law Caravan and pre-paid legal services among them) to, more recently, work establishing the joint Law-Social Work program and serving the Downtown Mission. Brian has been an outstanding labour law scholar and teacher.

New Faculty Appointments

New Faculty Jeffery Hewitt, Valarie Waboose, Kristen Thomasen, and Vasanthi Venkatesh New Faculty Jeffery Hewitt, Valarie Waboose, Kristen Thomasen, and Vasanthi Venkatesh

Windsor Law Welcomes New Faculty!

Bahdi's research highlighted in Lawyers' Weekly

Prof Bahdi's research was highlighted in an article entitled, "System Failing Arabs, Muslims, Study Says."

Xavier publishes Op-Ed in Sri Lankan online newspaper

Professor Sujith Xavier published an opinion piece entitled (Re)conceptualising Reconciliation: Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka 

Jacobs Co-Authors Op-ed on New Appointment Process for Federal Administrative Tribunals

Laverne Jacobs Laverne Jacobs

Professor Laverne Jacobs is one of a group of administrative law professors who co-authored an op-ed last week in Le Devoir.

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