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In this, our 33rd year of publication, the student-run Editorial Committee is dedicated to preserving and advancing the guiding principle of our founders: to use the law not as an end in itself, but rather a vehicle for social change. Our mandate is to promote an analytical, practical, and empirical approach to the study of law, incorporating the perspectives of multiple disciplines, and the intersection of legal and social issues.
As of Tuesday, February 11, 2020, the Windsor Review has officially become Open Access. In line with the values of the Review, Open Access refers to forms of published research which are distributed online and free of cost or other barriers. These include peer-reviewed and non-peer reviewed academic journal articles, Law Conference Papers, and theses, among others. Past and future volumes of the Windsor Review will be accessible free of charge here: https://www.canlii.org/en/commentary/journals/45
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The Windsor Review will host the 16th Annual Canadian Law Student Conference in February or March, 2023. For more details, review the Canadian Law Student Conference tab on our website.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Yours sincerely, the 2022-2023 Editorial Committee,
Jaskiran Gill, Editor-in-Chief
Jordan Hochman, Executive Articles Editor
David Delle Fave, Solicitations Editor
Alexandra Ing, Business Manager