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I teach and write in the areas of civil dispute resolution, legal ethics and professionalism, legal services regulation, and family law. I lead the Windsor Legal Practice Simulation, a week-long legal practice simulation in which all Windsor 1L law students participate. I have received the Windsor Student Law Society Faculty Award for Teaching as well as the ABOA Foundation Award and others. I study access to justice. My work questions the functioning of law and legal institutions in real life. It also aims to improve the capacity of law and legal institutions to effectively establish justice. Empirical research (quantitative and qualitative) and policy analysis are key instruments of my fellowship. I draw on and contribute to the traditions of law and society and empirical jurisprudence. www.uwindsor.ca/law/sites/uwindsor.ca.law/files/clinic_student_manual.pdf first-year law students in Windsor are also taking a course that provides essential perspectives on access to justice. Finally, students take an intensive competency-based course, Windsor Legal Practice Simulation. This intensive course introduces students to the basics of client surveys, ethics in practice, problem analysis and negotiation. Questions about the program? Email to Professor Rogin at roginjl@uwindsor.ca Students must also complete a research paper worth at least 50% of the grade in a course, a course in a group of courses that give a broader perspective on the legal process and legal theory, and a course in a group of transnational law courses.

Noel (and also his colleague Gemma Smythe) also stated that the program is not in the fundamental consciousness of the law school. Very good point. There are two problems. First, how can we make simulation more accepted in law schools in general? The question of the sustainability of this new pedagogy was raised during Question Time. Second, how have medical law schools been so successful in integrating simulation into their curricula? Very interesting Christmas conference. Law Practice Program Page: www.uwindsor.ca/law/373/clinics-programs Noel spoke about his use of SCs in the University of Windsor`s JD in Law program in the Windsor Model Legal Practice (WLPS), which he leads. This is a mandatory course for 160 1L students. It takes place over 4 days in November, during which students have no other lessons. Simulated clients are an integral part of this experience, which aims to teach dispute resolution, legal ethics, employment law, practice management and other skills. Students interview simulated customers live, then interact via email with instructors posing as the same customers.

Thank you Michele – glad to hear from you! Many exciting conversations about simulation and simulation clients and quite deep questions about the marginality of pedagogical approaches such as SCs and how they can be further highlighted by faculty outreach. A few hundred metres from the Detroit River, the border between Canada and the United States, stretches the 75-acre campus of the University of Windsor. Sunset Avenue is seeing the emergence of the next generation of law graduates at law school. The University of Windsor Law Program is certainly very open to financial support for its students. In fact, the scholarship budget peaked at C$3 million in 2019, distributed among all faculty. Specifically, the Faculty of Law was endowed with C$10.2 million. The Juris Doctor (JD) degree program requires admission as a full-time student for three years or as a part-time student for six years. The structure of this program is based on a compulsory first year and two compulsory courses in the higher years. All applicants must attach to their regular application a written declaration and all supporting documents relating to their participation in the mid-term programme.

The written statement and supporting documents must prove that the applicant meets the admission criteria and include a detailed explanation of why he/she cannot attend as a full-time student. Half-day students are fully integrated into the full-time program and complement their program with a combination of day, afternoon and evening classes. All regular academic and extracurricular programs are offered to part-time students. Given the forward-thinking and transnational image the University of Windsor has built for itself, you probably wouldn`t be surprised to learn that it runs exchange programs with other universities on “every continent except Antarctica.” In particular, it promotes the effective proximity of the Detroit and Michigan colleges. Thank you for these excellent notes Paul. I would like to be able to attend and I look forward to learning more. Windsor Law University, like other law schools in Canada, takes a holistic approach to its admissions process. After the onset of Covid-19, the university prioritized student mental health and well-being through its mentorship program. The program is now taking place for the 11th consecutive time, with high school students coaching first-year students. In addition to their graduate degrees from leading Canadian law schools, Windsor Law Deans are also alumni of Columbia University, the London School of Economics, University College London, the University of St. Andrews, Harvard University, the University of California, the University of Auckland, Queen Mary College London and the University of Cambridge.

Four SCs are used. Each student has the opportunity to conduct two interviews; But there are continuations of email interviews. Interesting! I like this idea because the interview evolves. Challenges – go online. Noel explained that the pass/fail scoring model is a challenge (in terms of making it more granular, once I understand this point). He said that online digital interviewing basically works, but there are intangible benefits for f2f that are missed. Constant tension between SC work and student timing since their reading and exam preparation. Good point – and my answer would be that the hegemonic model of law school needs to change.

SC`s work must move from the margins to the heart of the law school. The application process for Windsor Law`s Clinical Practice Program is closed for the Winter semester (2022). Individuals may apply or be invited to complete full-time studies in subsequent years, depending on their actual situation and warrants it. Each student must complete a minimum of 29 credits and a maximum of 32 credits per year with a minimum of 13 credits and a maximum of 18 credits in each semester. These requirements may be modified by the Faculty Council or its representative on a case-by-case basis. Electives could begin in the penultimate year of graduation and the same guidelines apply as listed in the next section. I am the editor of Civil Procedure and Practice in Ontario. This reference guide to civil litigation in Ontario was written by a team of more than 130 lawyers.

It is published on CanLii and available for free. Here`s what tuition fees are for Canadian citizens and international students at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law for full-time and unfunded tuition fees: The rest of the program consists of electives, so our students are able to build a program that suits their individual needs and interests. The University also establishes a reliable network with Scotiabank and its banking advisors to help students use the Scotia Student Professional Plan and take responsibility for funding their degrees. The law school has a limited-enrollment law degree program at mid-term for those who cannot study full-time. The program can be supplemented not only with evening classes. My book Accessibility, Quality, and Profitability for Personal Plight Law Firms: Hitting the Sweet Spot is available free of charge from the Canadian Bar Association. Students may enroll, with permission, in courses taught at other faculties at the University of Windsor and select courses taught at Wayne State University and Mercy Law School at the University of Detroit to qualify for a JD degree. University of Windsor law students can register with LAW for course credits during the fall and/or winter semesters. In addition, students are also strongly supported by the faculty`s career center, which: Any cumulative grade point average of 3.12 as well as the prizes/prizes accumulated during this three- or four-year degree; It is a center of higher education with just over 700 law students and 109 academic staff, including 36 full-time professors in operation since 1970. A beautiful and very imaginative Windsor Law Library is open to all students who wish to further the study of law. 1. Full-time in the fall or winter semester – You would choose to take LAW for between 8 and 11 credits over the course of an academic semester.

Each loan corresponds to 3 hours of work in the clinic. For example, 8 credits = 24 hours of work at the clinic per week. Thank you for your kind words, Michele. I think we are an SC group – about eight of us so far. Want to be part of the merry band? UWindsor Law contains a personal profile of its application process and consists of: November 1st is the deadline for submitting applications.