The Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor also publishes the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice semi-annually with the assistance of grants from the Ontario Law Foundation and from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Visit the journal here.

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Submissions from 2017

Part Three Child and Family Services Act Table of Concordance with Bill C-89, Lois Boateng

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Legal Services Regulation in Canada: Plus Ça Change?, Noel Semple

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Male, Pale, and Stale? Diversity in Lawyers' Regulatory Leadership, Noel Semple

Submissions from 2016

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The role of law in global value chains: a research manifesto, Grietje Baars, Jennifer Bair, Liam Campling, Dan Danielsen, Dennis Davis, Klaas Hendrik Eller, Dez Farkas, Tomaso Ferrando, Jason Jackson, David Hansen-Miller, Elizabeth Havice, Claire Mummé, Jesse Salah Ovadia, David Quentin, Brishen Rogers, Jaakko Salminen, Alvaro Santos, Benjamin Selwyn, Marlese von Broembsen, and Lucie E. White

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Bhasin v. Hrynew: A New Era For Good Faith in Canadian Employment Law, or Just Tinkering at the Margins?, Claire Mummé

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Addressing a Gap in Canada's Global Innovation Strategy: Capacity Building in IP Literacy, IP Strategy and Access to Affordable IP Legal Services, Myra Tawfik and Myra Tawfik

Submissions from 2015

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Personal Plight Legal Practice and Tomorrow's Lawyers, Noel Semple

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Pathway to Potential Externship Pilot Program Evaluation Report, Gemma Smyth

Submissions from 2014

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Property in Labour and the Limits of Contract, Claire Mummé

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A Taxonomy of Lawyer Regulation, Russell G. Pearce, Noel Semple, and Renee Newman Knake

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Depending on the Kindness of Strangers: Access to Civil Justice in Canada, Noel Semple

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Framing Supervisory Relationships in Clinical Law: The Role of Critical Pedagogy, Gemma E. Smyth and Marion Overholt

Submissions from 2013

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MADE YOU LOOK: NIQABS, THE MUSLIM CANADIAN CONGRESS, AND R V NS, Fathima Cader

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Access to Justice: Is Legal Services Regulation Blocking the Path?, Noel Semple

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Judicial Settlement-Seeking in Parenting Cases: A Mock Trial, Noel Semple

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Reforming Ontario’s Family Justice System: An Evidence-Based Approach, Noel Semple and Nicholas Bala

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Book Review: Julie Vaillancourt, Ontario Works: Works for Whom - An Examination of Workfare in Ontario, Gemma E. Smyth

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Lulling Ourselves into a False Sense of Competence: Learning Outcomes and Clinical Legal Education in Canada, the United States and Australia, Gemma E. Smyth and Maggie Liddle

Submissions from 2012

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Judicial Settlement-Seeking in Parenting Disputes: Consensus and Controversy, Noel Semple

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Mandatory Family Mediation and the Settlement Mission: A Feminist Critique, Noel Semple

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Strategies and Practices for Overcoming Obstacles to the Effective Commercialization of Student Innovation on University Campuses, Myra Tawfik, Francine Schlosser Dr., and Wissam Aoun

Submissions from 2011

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Book Review: The Best Interests of Children – An Evidence Based Approach, by Paul Millar, Noel Semple

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Considering Democracy and ADR: Diversity Based Practice in Public Collaborative Processes, Gemma E. Smyth

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Interviewing Adult Clients in Child Protection Matters: Advice for New Lawyers, Gemma E. Smyth

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Mediation in Cases of Elder Abuse and Mistreatment: The Case of University of Windsor Mediation Services, Gemma E. Smyth

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Strengthening Social Justice in Informal Dispute Resolution Processes Through Cultural Competence, Gemma E. Smyth

Submissions from 2010

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Whose Best Interests? Custody and Access Law and Procedure, Noel Semple

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History in the Balance: Copyright and Access to Knowledge, Myra Tawfik

Submissions from 2007

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From Governance to Political Economy: Insights from a Study of Relations between Corporations and Workers, Harry W. Arthurs and Claire Mummé

Submissions from 2005

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International Copyright Law: W [h] ither User Rights?, Myra Tawfik

Submissions from 2003

Intellectual Property Laws in Harmony with NAFTA: The Courts as Mediators Between the Global and the Local, Myra Tawfik