Windsor Law offers a growing cluster of courses and experiential learning opportunities related to cities and their governance.
City-related course offerings currently include Municipal Law, Land Use Planning, Indigenous Legal Traditions, Infrastructure Law, Environmental Law, Elections Law, Administrative Law, and Constitutional Law.
City-related experiential learning opportunities vary and have included: the current Cities and Climate Action Forum Practice-Based Placement, a Local Planning Appeals Tribunal (LPAT) Project-Based Placement, the Transnational Environmental Law Clinic, and annual externship placements with the Cities of Windsor and Sarnia.
More information about Windsor Law’s JD programmes is available here.
In addition to our JD programmes we regularly accept students with city-related research interests into our Master of Laws (LLM) programme. Contact us for more information or to discuss a proposed research topic.