oh ... well, i believe it was ranked last (their undergrad anyways) in the past year's university rankings (by macleans)
I wouldn't put much stock in macleans undergrad surveys. As I said many times, their pet school, University of Waterloo, is mostly crap. Not to mention it took my bro, who graduated from coveted engineering, two years to find a decent job. Marks are way more important than macleans. I would be more concerned by the fact that Windsor has a really hideous campus
But then again, at least it has quite a bit of student activity.
That being said, the LLB/JD seems to be a waste of time, and also $$$. The consensus on this one seems to be: if you want to practice in Canada, just get an LLB (or the 'JD' from UT). If you want to practice in the US, get their JD from a _decent_ school (Windsor's partners are not considered exactly the best). If you want to practice internationally, McGill's the best bet, or get a BCL from Oxford once you're done the LLB