Black Lives Matter

TLJN stands with the black community and fully supports the Black Lives Matter movement. Originally initiated by Professor Shanthi Senthe, fellow TLJN members and Windsor Law faculty have collaboratively written and shared an open letter titled, “Legal Academics Against Anti-Black Racism.” The document was written in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and hasContinue reading “Black Lives Matter”

Indigenous Legal Orders Institute

In 2019, Windsor Law launched the Indigenous Legal Orders Institute to assist Indigenous peoples with the revitalization and dissemination of their respective legal orders. Click here to learn more about the Indigenous Legal Orders Institute. ← Back

TWAILR

The Third World Approaches to International Law Review (TWAILR) was created by TLJN board member, Professor Sujith Xavier. “TWAILR is a movement encompassing scholars and practitioners of international law and policy who are concerned with issues related to the “Global South” in its broad conception.” Click here to learn more about TWAILR. ← Back

Migrant Farmworkers Clinic

Windsor Law’s Migrant Farmworkers Clinic and Seminar is one of the many experiential learning opportunities offered at the school. It was created to support the migrant farmworkers in the Windsor community and address their complex needs. Click here to learn more about the Migrant Farmworkers Clinic. ← Back

‘Decolonizing Law’ Book Coming Soon

TLJN’s Decolonizing Law conference explored synergies and divergences relating to the meaning and scope of decolonization at the intersection of both Indigenous and Third World de-colonial movements. The discussions and insights from the conference will be developed into a book coming soon! ← Back

Meet TLJN’s Essay Contest Winner

The TLJN Essay Contest winner for outstanding research paper is Taneeta Doma! We want to thank Taneeta for submitting her paper, an important critique on the marginalization of migrant workers. Click below to learn more about Taneeta and the inspiration behind her essay! ← Back