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University of Windsor - Faculty of Law


updated: January 2013
sources: University of Windsor, wiki



The University of Windsor Faculty of Law, located in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, was opened in 1969, and places particular focus on trans-border legal issues, and access to justice.

The Faculty of Law is one of six in Ontario, and has a major teaching and research focus on Social Justice and Transnational Legal issues. It publishes the law journal Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice. Students can take advantage of faculty expertise in Aboriginal Law, Commercial/Corporate Law, Fiduciary Law, Freedom of Religion & Expression, Human Rights Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Law, Labour Law, Poverty Law and Tax Law.


University of Windsor - Faculty of Law      Location:
     University of Windsor
     401 Sunset Avenue
     Windsor, Ontario
     N9B 3P4
Windsor Law


General Reference

Applications Received 2000
First Year Law Students Accepted 160
LSAT No Data or Not Applicable
GPA No Data or Not Applicable
Application Deadline (Regular) November 1
Last LSAT Accepted December following the November application deadline.
Application Fee $195 + $90/school (through OUAC)
Online Application Ontario Universities' Application Centre - Ontario Law Schools
Tuition and Expenses approx $7,278.30/term (2012-2013) Canadian
approx $12,280/term (2012-2013) International
Regular Admission Requirements

"Our admissions program is different from others. It is consciously directed to the facilitating of access to legal education and the legal profession for those who have been disadvantaged due to gender, race, creed, colour, religion or socio-economic background. We seek out those who have traditionally been barred from higher law study to ensure that Canada’s many communities will have access to legal professionals, as that Canada’s diverse and varied society can be served from a variety of perspectives." Former Dean Neil Gold, 1989.

  • University Program
  • Work Experience
  • Community Involvement
  • Personal Accomplishments
  • Career Objectives
  • Personal Considerations
  • LSAT Scores
Admission Committee Considerations
  • University Program
  • Work Experience
  • Community Involvement
  • Personal Accomplishments
  • Career Objectives
  • Personal Considerations
  • LSAT Scores
  • Consciously directed to the facilitating of access to legal education and the legal profession for those who have been disadvantaged due to gender, race, creed, colour, religion or socioeconomic background.
Scholarships/Bursaries/Awards Costs and Financial Assistance
Admissions Office Applicant Services
Law Division
University of Windsor
Windsor, ON
N9B 3P4
Admissions Contact (Phone) (519) 253-3000 ext. 6459, 6460, 6461, 6462
Admissions Contact (Email) lawadmit[at]uwindsor[·]ca


Program Information

Combined Degrees American/Canadian law degree program (University of Detroit Mercy and University of Windsor collaboration)
M.B.A./J.D. Program four years
Master of Social Work/Juris Doctor program
School Composition & Population Approx. 600 students and 32 full-time professors
Transfers Yes
Mature Student Yes
Part Time Student Yes
Centres Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI)
Special Programs Community Legal Aid
Legal Assistance of Windsor
University of Windsor Mediation Services
Northwest Territories Clerkship Program
Intellectual Property Law Information Netwrok
Law Enforcement Accountability Project (LEAP)
Pro Bono Students Canada
Course Curriculum (1st year) Juris Doctor First Year Program


 

 
 
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