Student research

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‘Giving a Voice to the Voiceless’: How municipalities can better facilitate neighbourhood revitalization
Research paper by Aadil Nathani (December 2019) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. This paper will define gentrification, then look at the impacts it...
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Green Bonds – A catalyst for municipal action against climate change and the age-old problem of municipal fiscal capacity
Research paper by Sharath Voleti (December 2019) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. How then can an Ontario municipality raise funds to combat climate...
Look Both Ways: Intersections Of Past And Present In The Shaping Of Relations Between Cyclists, Pedestrians, And Driverless Cars
LLM Thesis by Davi Aragao Rocha. Driverless cars are expected to transform society in many ways. Since nowadays most collisions are due to human error,...
Windsor Star: Windsorites should not have to bear repeated damage from floods
Guest column by Windsor Law JD student Tristan J Miller, 7 April 2019. The City of Hamilton is the latest in a string of Canadian...
City of Windsor councillors declared a climate change emergency at Monday evening's council meeting, joining over 400 communities across Canada. (Katerina Georgieva/CBC)
Where are the women? Women as candidates and councillors in Canadian municipalities
Research paper by Piper Riley Thompson (December 2018) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. Canadian women have never seen parity at any level of...
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Opting Out of Private Cannabis Retail
Research paper by Andrew Colautti (December 2018) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. This paper, written as Ontario municipalities were being asked by the...
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Who Pays for Road Violence? Rethinking Roads, Cycling and Tort Law
LLM Thesis by Ceslo Minoru Sakuraba (2018), Windsor Law. During the advent of the automobile, every road death was a source of outrage. It was...
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“They Should Be Here With Us”: Beginning with Communities to Reimagine the Role of Lawyers in Support of Systemic Change
LLM Thesis by Britney de Costa (2017), Windsor Law. This thesis explores the roles lawyers might play to support community-led advocacy work towards systemic change...
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Implications of P3 Arrangements for Ontario Healthcare Infrastructure Procurement
Research Paper by Tyne Gatten (April 2016) for upper year Windsor Law seminar course: Private Property and the Public Interest. The focus of this paper...
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Heritage Properties: Demolition by Neglect and the Public Interest
Research Paper by Shannon Uhera (April 2016) for upper year Windsor Law seminar course: Private Property and the Public Interest. This research paper will explore...