2003: Building Animal Friendly Communities through Legislation, Community Action, and Legal Advocacy
Saturday, October 25 & Sunday, October 26 at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.
Hosted by the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund and the National Center for Animal Law, and sponsored by the Shared Earth Foundation.
The conference will be filmed by Mimi Productions for the documentary Man’s Dominion.
Thank you to Peter Max for generously designing the conference logo.
Rebecca Huss, Companion Animals and Housing Issues
Adam Karp, Valuing Service Animals,
Nancy Perry & Kelly Peterson, The Role of Legislation
Carter Dillard, False Advertisers v. Consumer Choice - A Case Study
Jonathan Lovvorn & Adam Roberts, Current Issues for Animals in Zoos and Circuses
Nancy Weiss, Recovering Wolf Populations in the West
David Favre, Protection of Fundamental Interests: A New Tort for Nonhuman Animals
J. Alan Jensen, Pet Trusts
Ray Greek, The Animal Model in Drug Testing and Research: Involving Legal Professionals
Annemarie Lucas & Gail Lambert, Building Coalitions with the Domestic Violence Community
Chris Wencker, Adam Karp, & Jennifer Conrad, Building Coalitions between Attorneys and Veterinarians
Marcia Kramer, Humane Education and Student Choice: A Legal Perspective
Katrina Sharman, Animal Law in Australia, & Mitsu Takahashi, Animal Law in Southeast Asia
Doug Cress, Bushmeat Crisis in Africa
Scott Beckstead & Geordie Duckler, Advancing Protections for Animals through the Common Law
Howard Lichtig, Defending Activists
Courtney Dillard, Seven Tools of the Persuasion Trade: Strategies All Activists Should Carry with Them & Sharon Methvin, Effective Strategies of Social Justice Movements
Keynote Address by Special Investigator Annemarie Lucas from Animal Precinct and Presentation of the Nancy Perry Golden Cougar Award for Outstanding Achievement in Animal Advocacy in Oregon