The Law of Humane Science 921-OL2
January 27, 2015
The Law of Humane Science explores the complex regulatory framework that governs the use of animals in scientific experiments in biomedical research and in toxicity testing. Students will learn first-hand about the latest litigation and policy developments from experts who are at the forefront of this quickly evolving field. Students who enroll will have access to lectures from July 13 - 24, and will participate in live talks and course exercises with Professor Locke throughout the two weeks.
This online course is available for credit to J.D. and LL.M students around the world. Please check with your law school to ensure it will accept distance education for graduation credit.
The ABA requires that all students must have completed 28 credit hours before registering for this course.
This course is also open to auditing students. Please see our website for more detailed information on auditing.
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