Barbara Walancik, class of 2011
Windsor Law’s theme of Access to Justice is reflected in many ways, says Barbara Walancik, and its students are encouraged to give back to the community.
Brittany Dianne Fish, class of 2011
Windsor Law’s access to justice theme was an ideal fit with her interest in Aboriginal rights, says Brittany Fish.
Matthew Badrov, class of 2011
Matthew Badrov has had many great times, from studying in the law building to attending sport events in Detroit, but says the people made the experience.
Delia Greco, class of 2011
Law school did a phenomenal job of shaking her confidence, Delia Greco says: "I learned to ignore the periphery and hone in on what I was interested in."
Kristen Riess, class of 2011
Helping clients at the Community Legal Aid clinic will stay with her through her career, says Kristen Riess: “I have never felt greater satisfaction.”
Cheryl-Anne Pine, class of 2011
A Supreme Court of the NWT clerkship provided Cheryl-Anne Pine insight into Northern Canada.
John Brennan, class of 2011
Windsor Law’s unique strength is an environment vested in your success, says John Brennan.
Jackie Goslett, class of 2011
Jackie says Windsor Law has developed a great deal of credence and respect in the legal community in Canada, making her thrilled to be a graduate.
Sasha Segal, class of 2011
Any degree should be supplemented with real life experiences, says Sasha Segal, interacting with the people in your school and community, and giving back.
Morgan Koch, class of 2011
Three years of law school has made Morgan Koch a “huge advocate” for the University of Windsor.
Alice Vandeven, class of 2011
Windsor Law’s clinic programs gave Alice Vandeven a supervised “real world” experience.
Reema Patel, class of 2011
A Windsor Law social justice fellowship enabled Reema Patel to work in human rights in Mumbai.
Helen-Nikoletta Karpouzos, class of 2011
Helen-Nikoletta says she had no idea what she was capable of until she got to law school and completely surprised herself.
Moussa Sabzehghabaei, class of 2011
Moussa says he felt that his time at UWindsor was amazing, in large part due to the amazing people that he had a chance to meet and befriend.