Law professor David Tanovich has won recognition from the Ontario government for the excellence of his legal writing.
A Jan. 22 panel discussion at Windsor Law explored the Supreme Court of Canada ruling in the case of R. v. Barton.
Windsor Law will welcome a panel of local jurists to discuss topics of interest to the ethical practice of criminal law, Thursday, Jan. 30. The Law Society of Ontario is offering two hours of Continuing Professional Development credit, professionalism category, to all members in attendance.
The Royal Society of Canada has honoured three University of Windsor professors.
Windsor Law professor David Tanovich says courts using rap music as evidence of guilt may criminalize an entire culture.
Windsor Law will host a panel discussion on the subject of legal ethics that is accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada for three hours of continuing professional development.
Panelists for “The Law of Ethics and Defence Advocacy: The Year in Review” include law professor David M. Tanovich, Crown attorney Brian Manarin, and Justice Renee Pomerance of the Superior Court of Justice.
Among the cases under discussion are: