Animal Law Conference - Law School - Lewis & Clark
19th Annual Conference
Animals in Crisis: Using The Laws We Have, Getting The Laws We Need
The following materials were submitted by our conference panelists. The materials, although not necessarily written by the individual panelists, are relevant to their panel topics. These are also the materials applicable to MCLE registrants.
O’Prey, P., & Turitz, G. (2011). Preventing a runaway arbitration with a well-drafted arbitraion clause. Retrieved from
Stark, Tina L. (Ed.). (2003). Negotiating and Drafting Contract Boilerplate. New York, NY: ALM Publishing. (Suggested reading; electronic copy not available).
Cassuto, David N., Animal Sacrifice and the First Amendment: The Case of Lukumi Babalu Aye (May 13, 2011). ANIMAL LAW AND THE COURTS: A READER, Taimie Bryant, David N. Cassuto, Rebecca Huss, eds., Thomson West, 2008.
Huss, R. J. (2011, October). Practicing animal law: Why contracts, wills and business law matter to animals. Panel session conducted at Standing up for animals: Can a bad economy inspire greater goodness? The Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR.
Mead, R. (2011, October). Ethical dilemmas for lawyers working in animal welfare. Panel session conducted at Standing up for animals: Can a bad economy inspire greater goodness? The Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR.
Dunham, J., & VanKavage, L. (2010, April). Fiscal bite & breed discrimination: Utilizing scientific advances & economic tools in lobbying. Panel session conducted at Mid-Atlantic Animal Law Symposium, Baltimore, MD.
Dunham, J. and Associates, Inc. (2010). The Fiscal Impact of Trap, Neuter and Return Policies in Controlling Feral Cat Populations in the United States. Retrieved from
Dunham, J. and Associates, Inc. (2009). The Fiscal Impact of Breed Discriminatory Legislation in the United States. Retrieved from http://www.guerrillaeconomics.bi/bestfriends/best%20friends%20methodology%20and%20write%20up.pdf.