Justice at Work (JAW) – Windsor Law
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke at the Justice at Work (JAW) event at the University of Windsor School of Law on November 8, 2012. The event is described as follows:
Justice At Work (JAW) is the primary voice of those interested in public-interest forms of employment at Windsor Law. JAW is dedicated to fostering learning and long-term growth of our students through a host of networking opportunities, career information seminars, and a medium through which to get involved.
This year, in addition to our annual conference, JAW is expanding to offer Windsor Law students an opportunity to engage in social justice initiatives throughout the entire school year! Events include a bike tour of Windsor, parties, reading groups and much more!
Our goals for the year include:
- Raising awareness and generating discussion about public interest issues
- Providing an opportunity for law students to engage with leaders in the public interest arena
- Helping students find careers that advance social justice
Many of us here at Windsor Law have a strong interest in labouring for social justice and public interest advocacy opportunities. It is our hope that through this conference students will gain guidance, inspiration and assistance toward fulfilling their career goals.