Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice

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 2021

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Fair Dealing for the Purpose of Education: York University v The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, Pascale Chapdelaine

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Contested Sovereignties: States, Media Platforms, Peoples, and the Regulation of Media Content and Big Data in the Networked Society, Pascale Chapdelaine and Jaqueline McLeod Rogers

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The Annotated Accessible Canada Act - Complete Text, Laverne Jacobs, Martin Anderson, Rachel Rohr, and Tom Perry

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Climate Change Class Actions in Canada, Jasminka Kalajdzic

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A Question of Trust: Facebook Libra as Money in the Economic and Legal Sense, Muharem Kianieff

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Trauma-Informed Lawyering In The Student Legal Clinic Setting: Increasing Competence In Trauma Informed Practice, Gemma Smyth, Dusty Johnstone, and Jillian Rogin

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The ILA study group on the Role of Cities in International Law City Report: Windsor, Christopher Waters

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Where is Canada in the South Caucasus?, Christopher Waters

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Windsor's Cycling History, Christopher Waters

Submissions from 2020

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Algorithmic Personalized Pricing, Pascale Chapdelaine

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The Annotated Accessible Canada Act - Excerpt, Laverne Jacobs, Martin Anderson, Rachel Rohr, and Tom Perry

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The State Giveth and Taketh Away: Public Sector Labour Law, the Legitimacy of the Legislative Override Power and Constitutional Freedom of Association in Canada, Claire Mumme

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Unifying the Field: Mapping the Relationship Between Work Law Regimes in Ontario, Then and Now, Claire Mummé

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ACCLE and Bill C-75: Implications for Student Legal Clinics & Communities in Canada, Jillian Rogin, Gemma Smyth, and Johanna Dennie

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ACCLE Past, Present, and Future: Reflections from ACCLE's Board Presidents, Martha Simmons, Doug Ferguston, Lisa Cirillo, and Gemma Smyth

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Law School Assessment Revisited, Gemma Smyth

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Access Without Fear: A report on the implications of an AWF policy in Windsor, Ontario for frontline service workers, Gemma Smyth, Rawan Hussein, Erli Bogdani, Zara Mercer, Taiwo Onabolu, and Mbonisi Zikhali

Submissions from 2019

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Graffiti, Street Art, Walls, and the Public in Canadian Copyright Law, Pascale Chapdelaine

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The Trade Facilitation Agreement: is the Doha Development Round Succeeding?, Maureen Irish

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Defences to Criminal Liability, Sara Wharton

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The Full Picture: Preliminary Examinations at the International Criminal Court, Sara Wharton and Rosemary Grey

Submissions from 2018

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Copyright User Rights and Access to Justice (Introduction), Pascale Chapdelaine

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Copyright User Rights and Remedies: An Access to Justice Perspective, Pascale Chapdelaine

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Lifting the Curtain: Opening a Preliminary Examination at the International Criminal Court, Rosemary Grey and Sara Wharton

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Impacts of Industrial and Resource Development on the Wholistic Health of Akwesasronon: A Human Responsibility/Rights Solution, Beverly K. Jacobs

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The Interplay Between Human Rights and Accessibility Laws: Lessons Learned and Considerations for the Planned Federal Accessibility Legislation, Laverne Jacobs

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The Universality of the Human Condition: Theorizing Transportation Inequality Claims by Persons with Disabilities in Canada, 1976-2016, Laverne A. Jacobs

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Substantial & Punitive Costs Awards Against Self-Represented Litigants, Julie Macfarlane and Ashley Haines

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Costs Awards for Self-Represented Litigants, Julie Macfarlane and Lidia Imbrogno

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Pintea v Johns: 18 Months Later, Julie Macfarlane and Kaila Scarrow

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Is Access to Court Transcripts in Canada an A2J Issue?, Julie Macfarlane, Kaila Scarrow, and Becky Robinet

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When Judges See SRLs, Do They See Gender? Observations on Gendered Characterizations in Judgments, Julie Macfarlane and Sandra Shushani

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Clinical and Experiential Learning in Canadian Law Schools: Current Perspectives, Gemma Smyth, Samantha Hale, and Neil Gold

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Loving, Working, and Living on Stolen Land: People of Colour, Settler Colonialism & White Supremacy, Sujith Xavier

Submissions from 2017

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

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Digital Locks, Physical Objects and Immaterial Works, Pascale Chapdelaine

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Introducing the Self-Represented Litigant Case Law Database, Julie Macfarlane, Sandra Shushani, and Lidia Imbrogno

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Questions, Questions: Has Weber Had an Impact on Unions’ Representational Responsibilities in Workplace Human Rights Disputes?, Claire Mummé

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Norms, law and social change: Nigeria’s anti-corruptionstruggle, 1999–2017, Paul Ocheje

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Creating an Anti-Corruption Norm in Africa: Critical Reflections on Legal Instrumentalization for Development, Paul D. Ocheje

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A Third Revolution in Family Dispute Resolution: Accessible Legal Professionalism, Noel Semple

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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

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Evaluating Systemic Advocacy: A Primer & Tools for Evaluating Systemic Advocacy in Ontario's Legal Clinics, Gemma Smyth

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Top Heavy: Beyond the Global North & the Justification for Global Administrative Law, Sujith Xavier

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Placing TWAIL Scholarship and Praxis, Sujith Xavier, Amar Bhatia, Usha Natarajan, and John Reynolds

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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‘Humanizing’ Disability Law: Citizen Participation in the Development of Accessibility Regulations in Canada, Laverne Jacobs

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‘Humanizing’ Disability Law: Citizen Participation in the Development of Accessibility Regulations in Canada, Laverne Jacobs

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The Accessibility for Manitobans Act: Ambitions and Achievements in Antidiscrimination and Citizen Participation, Laverne A. Jacobs, Victoria Cino, and Britney DeCosta

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The Accessibility for Manitobans Act: Ambitions and Achievements in Antidiscrimination and Citizen Participation, Laverne Jacobs, Britney De Costa, and Victoria Cino

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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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From Control through Command to the Control of Discretion: Labour Time, Labour Property and the Tools of Managerial Control in Early Twentieth Century Ontario, Claire Mummé

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The Cost Of Seeking Civil Justice In Canada, Noel Semple

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Clinical and Experiential Learning Programs in Canadian Law Schools, Gemma Smyth and Samantha Hale

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Clinical and Experiential Learning Programs in Canadian Law Schools, Gemma Smyth, Samantha Hale, and Neil Gold

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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

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Learning from Below: Theorising Global Governance Through Ethnographies and Critical Reflections from the Global South, Sujith Xavier

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(Re)Conceptualising Reconciliation: Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka, Sujith Xavier

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“The Dark Corners of the World”: International Criminal Law & the Global South, Sujith Xavier and John Reynolds

Submissions from 2015

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The Undue Reliance on Physical Objects in the Regulation of Information Products, Pascale Chapdelaine

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An Introduction to Exploring Law, Disability, and the Challenge of Equality in Canada and the United States: Papers from the Berkeley Symposium, Laverne Jacobs

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The Use of Summary Judgment Procedures Against Self-Represented Litigants: Efficient Case Management or Denial of Access to Justice?, Julie Macfarlane, Katrina Trask, and Erin Chesney

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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

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Theorizing International Criminal Procedure Review Essay: Christoph Safferling's International Criminal Procedure, Sujith Xavier

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Submissions on Consultation paper on Racialized Licensees from the Equity and Diversity Committee, Faculty of Law University of Windsor, Sujith Xavier and Gemma E. Smyth

Submissions from 2014

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The Property Attributes of Copyright, Pascale Chapdelaine

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From Rawls to Habermas: Toward a Theory of Grounded Impartiality in Canadian Administrative Law, Laverne Jacobs

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Property in Labour and the Limits of Contract, Claire Mummé

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The Ontario Human Rights Code’s Distributive and Recognitional Functions in the Workplace, Claire Mummé

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A Taxonomy of Lawyer Regulation: How Contrasting Theories of Regulation Explain the Divergent Regulatory Regimes in Australia, England/Wales, and North America, 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

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New Hacktivists and the Old Concept of Levée En Masse, Christopher Waters

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Soapbox: Racial profiling is an epidemic in Canada, Sujith Xavier

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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Living in the Shadow of the Intangible: The Nature of the Copy of a Copyrighted Work (Part Two), Pascale Chapdelaine

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The Ambiguous Nature of Copyright Users' Rights, Pascale Chapdelaine

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Jones v Tsige: A Banking Law Perspective, Muharem Kianieff

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The Law of Estimates and Quantum Meruit in Canadian Small-Scale Building Contracts, Muharem Kianieff

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The National Self-­Represented Litigants Project: Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Self-­Represented Litigants Final Report, Julie Macfarlane

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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

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The Rebirth of Bicycling Law?, Christopher Waters

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Introduction: Re-Igniting Critical Race In Canadian Legal Spaces: Introduction To The Special Symposium Issue Of Contemporary Accounts Of Racialization In Canada, Sujith Xavier and Shanthi Senthe

Submissions from 2012

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The Evolution of Consumer Privacy Law: How Privacy by Design Can Benefit from Insights in Commercial Law and Standardization, Muharem Kianieff

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At the Crossroads in Discrimination Law: How the Human Rights Codes Overtook the Charter in Canadian Government Services Cases, Claire Mummé

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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

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Theorising Global Governance Inside-Out: A Reply to Professor Ladeur, Sujith Xavier

Submissions from 2011

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The Regulation of In-House Counsel: Opening the Pandora’s Box of Professional Independence, Pascale Chapdelaine

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

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THE “EYE OF THE BEHOLDER”: PROFESSIONAL OPINIONS ABOUT THE BEST INTERESTS OF A CHILD, 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