1999: The Animal/Human Conflict: Law, Culture & Activism

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The conference will focus on using legal tools to bridge the gap and heal the conflict between human and nonhuman animals coexisting within the boundaries of society and nature.

Local Wildlife Issues 
Peter Frost, Western Environmental Law Center Brooks Fahy, Predator Defense Institute 
Diane Valantine, Save our Wild Salmon 

Careers in Animal Law 
David J. Wolfson, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy 
Stu Sugarman, Attorney 
Lisa LeSage, Director of Career Services at Lewis & Clark Law School 
Joyce Tischler, Executive Director of ALDF 

The End of Trapping in the Year 2000 
Wayne Pacelle, Vice President of Government Affairs and Communications for the HSUS

Animals as a Cultural Resource 
Scott Beckstead, Attorney 
Robert Miller, professor at Northwestern School of Law, 
Ben White 

Current Legislation 
Robert Babcock, Attorney 
Nancy Perry, Director of Government Affairs for the HSUS 

Making the Link: The Connection Between Domestic Violence and Animal Cruelty 
Dana Campbell of ALDF 
Keith Glidden Investigator with the Oregon Humane Society 
Josh Marquis, Clatsop County District Attorney 
Ron Turco, MD 

Keynote Speaker Ben White