Animal Law Courses
Animal law overlaps with many traditional areas of the law such as torts, criminal, constitutional and property law. Animal law is rooted in the practical application of statutory and decisional law but also explores legal theory and jurisprudence. In animal law we ask fundamental questions about the nature of a legal right or interest, the manner in which the law often creates or entrenches power imbalances, and how those imbalances impact animals.
For the most up-to-date course information, including information addressing when specific courses are being offered, please be sure to visit the Law Courses Catalog maintained by the Registrar’s Office.
Navigate below to explore the numerous animal law classes the Center for Animal Law Studies offers.