Thanks to the far-sighted generosity of an anonymous donor, the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School (CALS) is pleased to announce that it has a commitment of $440,000 to fund our full-time Animal Law Professor of Practice position for four years.
The Center for Animal Law Studies is a nonprofit organization that is funded entirely through donations and grants. The support we receive goes directly toward advancing our mission to educate the next generation of animal law attorneys and advance animal protection through the law. Donate now to support our work protecting animals around the globe.
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We are pleased to welcome Iyan Offor, PhD researcher with the University of Strathclyde Center for Environmental Law and Governance in Glasgow, Scotland, as a Visiting International Research Scholar for the spring semester.
The devastation caused by the Australian bushfires is staggering. Tess Vickery, Animal Law LLM (’19), provides an insider’s perspective on the fires in her home country and how we can come together to help those most vulnerable.