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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Animal Law Review has reached capacity for both the upcoming fall 2013 and spring 2014 issues of volume 20. We will begin accepting submissions for volume 21 in the spring. For more information, please visit the Submissions page. Additionally, you can view synopses of past articles in our archive.
Animal Law Review Symposium
We are pleased to announce that this year’s third annual Animal Law Review symposium was a great success! The symposium featured some of the leading voices in animal law as well as environmental and wildlife law scholars and practitioners, discussing the history, development, and future of the Endangered Species Act on its 40th anniversary this year.
The symposium took place on Friday, October 4th, 2013, and the Spring 2014 issue, Vol. 20.2, will contain a synopsis of the symposium and articles written by scholars who participated the event.
“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
Featuring presentations and articles by:
Zygmunt Plater, Boston College
Dan Rohlf, Lewis & Clark
Jay Tutchton, Defenders of Wildlife
Michael Blumm, Lewis & Clark
Brie Sherwin, Texas Tech
Danny Lutz, Animal Legal Defense Fund
Tara Zuardo, Animal Welfare Institute
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