Lavern Jacobs

Laverne Jacobs joined Windsor’s Faculty of Law in 2007. She is a recognized legal scholar whose research interests include human rights law; disability rights; equality; the independence and impartiality of administrative actors; access to information; comparative administrative law; and qualitative empirical research methodology. Her work has been cited by law reform agencies and by courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. She is a member of the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality & Anti-Discrimination Law and Co-Director of its Disability Rights Working Group.
Laverne Jacobs founded and directs The Law, Disability and Social Change Project, a research and public advocacy initiative housed at Windsor Law that works to foster and develop inclusive communities.

Sort options

COVID-19 and Global Inequalities (edX)

Self Paced
COVID-19 and Global Inequalities (edX)
Course Auditing
Categories
Effort
Languages
This course explores the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on members of disadvantaged communities, with lectures and course materials from dozens of countries, around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has taken millions of lives and caused many millions of people to lose their jobs and/or [...]
0
No votes yet