It is important for every Canadian citizen to understand the Charter of Rights but as a lawyer it is paramount. The Windsor Star wrote an article about a case which I successfully argued for my client's rights. Read more for the full article.
So you want to be a criminal defense lawyer? I was asked to sit on a panel of lawyers tonight at the University of Windsor discussing what it means to turns the study of law into the practice of law. Outside of learning case law and how to research students need to get a practical sense of what they are in for.
Julie Santarossa has continually been asked to be a guest lecturer at the University of Windsor, School of Law. Read more to see what she teaches.
Julie Santarossa is actively working along side the Association in the Defence of the Wrongly Convicted. Read more to understand her role in assisting people assert their innocence even after being found guilty.
Julie Santarossa has been published in the RegQuest Newsletter. Read more about this publication.