Call for Abstracts
The Workshop is seeking submissions from current LLM, MSL, PhD candidates, and post-doctoral research fellows from around the world working in the field of comparative animal law broadly understood.
Participants are invited to reflect on a variety of topics pertaining to comparative animal law such as:
- histories of animals in law;
- the constitutionalization of animal rights;
- tensions between animal rights and local cultures;
- interpretation and translation issues in animal law;
- epistemological and methodological aspects of animal law research;
- the economics and politics of animal law;
- the transferability of legal rules related to animals;
- conflicts between animal rights and human rights;
- intersections between animal law and environmental law;
- the inadequacies of regional and international animal rights protection regimes;
- the challenges of global animal law;
- the future of comparative animal law.
This list is not exhaustive, and other topics regarding comparative animal law are also welcome.