The Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School has launched the Animal Law Legacy Program—an opportunity for charitable giving designed to sustain the future of our work educating the next generation of lawyers to advance animal protection across the globe.
In This Together, For The Animals
Now, more than ever, we are committed to training the next generation of animal law attorneys. Our critical work continues through our comprehensive Animal Law Curriculum, Animal Law LLM Program, and Animal Law Clinics. Advancing animal protection through education and the law remain our highest priority. CALS is 100% donor and grant funded, please help us advance our mission
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Today is World Elephant Day, a day to celebrate these majestic animals who have close family bonds, complex emotional lives, and high levels of intelligence and empathy. In this blog, Professors Joyce Tischler and Erica Lyman address how each one of us can stop the suffering of elephants by keeping them in the wild with their families, where they belong.
Pangolins are the most trafficked mammal in the world. In this blog, Professors Erica Lyman and Nick Fromherz explain why they took action earlier today to protect pangolins through the filing of a petition under the Pelly Amendment in response to the conservation crisis facing pangolins.