WRLSI Call for Submissions 2015

WRLSI Call for Submissions 2015

Call for Submissions

The Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues is soliciting contributions for volume 37, to be published in early 2016.

About Us

We invite you to submit original articles, book reviews, and comments on recent cases or legislation.

The Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues is an entirely student-run and peer-reviewed interdisciplinary law journal. As a non-traditional law journal, our mandate is to promote an analytical, practical, and empirical approach to the study of law, which incorporates the perspectives of multiple disciplines, in order to utilize the study of law as a vehicle for social justice.  Our journal is a resource for lawyers, students, academics, professionals, adjudicators, and public policy makers. Copies of the journal can be found in libraries worldwide and through electronic databases such as Westlaw, HeinOnline, and Quicklaw/LexisNexis.

Submissions should conform to the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation (8th Edition). Please visit our webpage at http://www.uwindsor.ca/wrlsi/ for further submission guidelines.

 How to Submit

Please email your manuscript in Microsoft Word format to wrlsisolicitations@uwindsor.ca. Questions may be directed to that same address.


The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2015. Submissions received after the deadline will continue to be reviewed by the Editorial Board on a rolling basis.

Congrats to our #LawCon8 Award Winners!

Congratulations to our award winners!
Congratulations to our award winners!

JSD Tory Writing Awards (II)
Presented to the authors whose papers submitted t the Conference are best suited for publication in the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. These papers will be considered for publication in volume 37.

Amy Barrington (UNB)  and  Amy Mintah (University of Ottawa)

Conference – Best Presenter
For best overall presentation by a student at the Canadian Law Student Conference.

Reem Zaia (University of Ottawa)

Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues Prize
Presented to a student registered with any faculty at the University of Windsor.

Colin Wood (Windsor Law)

Thank you to all our panellists, moderators, attendees, and volunteers for making #lawcon8 a great success!


A huge thank you to all panellists, moderators, attendees, volunteers, and to our keynote speaker, Chris Bentley, Executive Director of the Ryerson LPP and former Attorney General of Ontario. The 8th Annual Canadian Law Student Conference was a great success!

Panellists from LawCon8
Panellists from LawCon8

For more information on the 8th Annual Conference, and how to get involved next year, please visit our Canadian Law Student Conference page.