CALS News & Events
Pangolins are the most heavily trafficked mammals in the world. The Global Law Alliance for Animals and the Environment, together with collaborating organizations, successfully pursued a Pelly Petition to protect them.
On National Wildlife Day, we focus on the harms caused when humans inappropriately interact with wild animals.
Four international alumni have been selected through our Global Ambassador Program to carry out a project to advance animal protection and animal law in their country
Across the globe, aquatic animals and oceans are in peril due to industrial-scale fishing.
In honor of World Oceans Day, our Global Law Alliance for Animals and the Environment (GLA) dives into the perils facing the highly intelligent jumbo flying squid and their importance to marine ecosystems.
This merit award is given annually in memory of Florence Kaufelt, a lifelong friend of animals, to a graduate of our Animal Law LLM Program.
Dr. Rajesh K. Reddy steps into a critical new role as an Assistant Professor of Animal Law at the Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS) at Lewis & Clark Law School.
Professor Joyce Tischler summarizes why the United States Supreme Court’s decision upholding Proposition 12 is monumental for animals.
We are delighted to invite applications for the newly created Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law & Policy LLM Fellowships for the 2023-24 Academic Year.
A new law in Panama recognizes the rights of sea turtles. In our latest blog, our team at the Global Law Alliance for Animals and the Environment breaks down its potential impact.
Our Global Ambassador Program empowers and supports our advanced degree alumni. The application window for our third round is now open!
With the help of a CALS Global Ambassador grant, Gladys Kamasanyu (‘LLM, 20) recently compiled and published a Compendium of Wildlife Laws in Uganda.
CALS Ambassador, Tara Cooley (LLM, ’20), is fostering the creation of Courtroom Animal Advocate Programs across the U.S.
Big cats are in peril. A new federal law and our work to keep big cats in the wild aim to alleviate the crisis.
With support from CALS, leaders of the Lewis & Clark Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Chapter and the Animal Law Review recently traveled to the Big Apple for a weekend devoted to animal law.
- EVENTSOctober 20: All Day
Join us October 20-22nd for our 31st annual Animal Law Conference, co-hosted by the Center for Animal Law Studies and the Animal Legal Defense Fund.until October 22