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Maureen Irish

Chi Carmody, Canadian director of the Canada-United States Law Institute, presents the Sidney Picker Jr. Award to law professor emerita Maureen Irish.Chi Carmody, Canadian director of the Canada-United States Law Institute, presents the Sidney Picker Jr. Award to law professor emerita Maureen Irish.

Law professor emerita wins cross-border recognition

The Canada-United States Law Institute conferred its “Sidney Picker Jr. Award” on UWindsor law professor emerita Maureen Irish during its annual conference April 12 in Cleveland, Ohio.

The award recognizes leadership, efforts to foster Canada-United States relations, and contributions to the work of the institute. It is named to honour the founder of the institute, which is jointly operated by Case Western Reserve University and the University of Western Ontario.

Maureen Irish, Kyle Kuepfer, Christopher Macaulay, Josh Marcus and Kevin Wisnicki.The Windsor Law team took top honours in a competition arguing a hypothetical dispute between Canada and the United States: coach Maureen Irish, Kyle Kuepfer, Christopher Macaulay, Josh Marcus and Kevin Wisnicki.

Windsor Law students take top award at Niagara International Moot

A team of second-year students from the Faculty of Law earned top honours at the Niagara International Moot Competition.

Professors bid farewell to exchange students

Kinesiology professor Jess Dixon single-handedly convinced Alle Koperdraad to come to Canada.

“He gave two lectures in the Netherlands last year, and they were very interesting,” said Koperdraad, a sports marketing student at Amsterdam’s Johan Cruyff Institute. “I was looking for a new experience, and learned we had an exchange agreement with the University of Windsor.”