Working At The Roots: How Animal Advocates Can Become Critical Allies Against Domestic Violence and Animal Cruelty
Legislators Have Given Us a Bipartisan Opportunity to Protect Human Health and Wildlife. We Can’t Afford to Let It Pass Us By.
Making a Difference Through the World’s First and Only Legal Clinic Devoted to Farmed Animal Protection
Annually since 1983, October 2nd is recognized as an international day of observance for farmed animals. At the Center for Animal Law Studies, we’re proud to be at the forefront of farmed animal advocacy every day of the year through our cutting-edge Animal Law Litigation Clinic—the world’s first and only legal clinic devoted to advancing protections for farmed animals.
The Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School has launched the Animal Law Legacy Program—an opportunity for charitable giving designed to sustain the future of our work educating the next generation of lawyers to advance animal protection across the globe.
In this blog piece, Professors Erica Lyman and Nick Fromherz address why the Global North must slam the brakes on the wildlife trade—because human health, wildlife conservation, and international justice demand import moratoria.