In this blog, Professor of Practice and Animal Law pioneer, Joyce Tischler, shares stories about a few of the memorable farmed animals she’s met over the years, what they’ve taught her, and why she’s hopeful for the future of farmed animal protection.
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In This Together, For The Animals
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The 28th Annual Animal Law Conference—Impacts On Animals In A Changing Climate—was held October 23-25th and was a “virtual” triumph!
Working At The Roots: How Animal Advocates Can Become Critical Allies Against Domestic Violence and Animal CrueltyStudies have proven a clear link between domestic violence and animal cruelty. Animal advocates can play an important role in stopping violence to human and non-human animal victims, by becoming allies in the fight against domestic violence.