Introduction Established in 1969, the Faculty of Law of the University of Windsor in Ontario is an undergraduate law school committed to providing students with an education that will ingrain them with 'an appreciation of the law as a vehicle for the pursuit of social as well as legal justice.' It is the aim of the Faculty to graduate students who are able to succeed in both traditional and nontraditional careers befitting individuals with a legal education.
Moreover, the Faculty is home to three research centres that not only provide specialized research and services but also more opportunities for the academic and professional advancement of students. The Canadian-American Research Centre for Law and Policy, which researches and educates on 'perspectives on trans-border issues,' allows students to participate in its 'planning, projects, and deliberations' and encourages students to introduce initiatives. The Centre for Studies in Social Justice helps to 'provide information and research exchanges related to a wide range of social justice issues.' The Intellectual Property Law Institute offers the Intellectual Property Law Program that enables students to explore more deeply the area of intellectual property law.