Animal Law Review is a student-run law review at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. Animal Law was the first journal dedicated to animal law issues and today is the leading journal in this rapidly growing field. Our objective is to provide a balanced scholarly forum to discuss all aspects of animal law.
Animal Law is published bi-annually. Each volume includes two issues: a fall/winter issue and a spring/summer issue.
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We are currently accepting submissions for our Fall 2013 issue. More information.
We are pleased to announce that this year’s second-annual Animal Law Review symposium was a great success! The symposium featured some of the leading voices in animal law as well as constitutional legal scholars, discussing animal law implications in constitutional law.
The symposium took place on Friday, October 19th, 2012, and we look forward to publishing the original scholarship written by this year’s presenters in our Spring 2013 issue of Animal Law, volume 19.2!
For more information, and to read about our 2012 year’s presenters, please visit the symposium website.
ANNOUNCING ALR’s 2013 Symposium:
“The Endangered Species Act at 40:
What It Means for the Animals as
America’s Strongest Wildlife Law Goes Over the TVA v. Hill”
October 4, 2013
at Lewis & Clark Law School
At this time, ALR is soliciting scholars and practitioners to participate in our 2013 symposium, which will be held this fall. If you are interested in contributing to the field of animal law in relation to this timely topic and publishing with the journal, please email our editorial board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in joining the Animal Law staff? More information here.