The specific and detailed course descriptions for Windsor Law can be found in the 2021-2022 Course Descriptions Booklet posted at the Law 2 and 3 student website.
The Intellectual Property Law Institute (IPLI), a collaboration program between the University of Windsor, University of Detroit Mercy, and Wayne State University, offer full-time students at each of the three law schools the ability to register for any IPLI course. The course are credited towards their law degree.
More information can be found at the Intellectual Property Law Institute.
This course examines the powers and procedures of administrative agencies principally through a review of the various controls, legislative, executive and judicial, placed on statutory decision - makers. Various grounds of judicial review, including jurisdictional errors, errors of law and fact and abuses of discretionary power, are studied. The course also examines rules of natural justice and the Statutory Powers Procedure Act.
This course provides students with an understanding of the operation of various payment mechanisms including bills of exchange, cheques, wire transfers and credit cards. Students will also gain some familiarity and be in a position to critically evaluate many of the policy debates that are prevalent in commercial law.