Senior Fellow (Melbourne Law Masters)
University of Windsor, Canada
Jasminka Kalajdzic is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Windsor. She obtained her BA from the University of Ottawa and her LLB and LLM from the University of Toronto. After 12 years in private practice as a civil litigator she joined the Faculty of Law in July 2009, where she teaches Evidence, Class Actions and a seminar on Law and Catastrophe. She is the Canadian representative in an International Research Collaborative on Collective Litigation. Her current research focuses on the critical analysis and empirical investigations of class action litigation, and access to justice. She is widely published and speaks frequently in Canada and abroad on these topics. Her latest book, The Law of Class Actions in Canada, co-authored with the Honourable Warren Winkler, Justice Paul Perell and Alison Warner, was published by Carswell in December 2014. She sits on the Advisory Board for the Law Commission of Ontario’s Class Action Project, and was recently appointed for a second term to the five-member Class Proceedings Committee of the Law Foundation of Ontario.