The 2013 Animal Law Review 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”
Lewis & Clark Law School
Friday, October 4, 2013
Erskine B. Wood Hall, Room 8
(see below for event schedule)
Pre-registration tickets are sold out!
There will be a limited number of standing room tickets and
overflow seating available at the symposium.
-Daniel Rohlf, Lewis & Clark Law School
Panel One- LISTING
The Fight Over Science in the ESA
-Brie Sherwin, Texas Tech University School of Law
Addressing Climate Change in ESA Listing
-Michael Blumm, Lewis & Clark Law School
The 2011 “Warranted But Precluded” ESA Listing Settlement
-Jay Tutchton, Defenders of Wildlife
Panel Two- ESA LITIGATION AND WILDLIFE WELFARE
ESA Case Law Update: Red Wolves Rebound
-Tara Zuardo, Animal Welfare Institute
Rethinking Standing and Irreparable Harm Under the ESA
-Danny Lutz, Animal Legal Defense Fund
Lessons Learned Since TVA v. Hill
-Zygmunt J. Plater, Boston College School of Law, lead attorney for citizen plaintiffs in TVA v. Hill
This year, the journal continued its tradition of featuring panels and articles from the leading voices in animal law by reflecting on the Endangered Species Act, which will celebrate its 40th anniversary this December.
Although Congress passed the ESA almost unanimously in 1973, today, there is no shortage of disagreement over the law’s breadth, effectiveness, and, most importantly, its implications for the future.