Lewis & Clark’s Animal Law Review to hold inaugural symposium
July 12, 2011
Lewis & Clark’s Animal Law Review will hold its inaugural symposium on Friday, October 14, 2011, at Lewis & Clark Law School. Co-sponsored by the Animal Legal Defense Fund, the symposium will feature leading voices in international animal law.
The symposium will include presentations by:
David Cassuto, Professor of Law, Pace Law School - Hot, Cruel, and Legal: A Look at Industrial Agriculture and Climate Change in the U.S. & Brazil
Maneesha Deckha, Professor of Law, University of Victoria, Faculty of Law - Critical Animal Studies and Animal Law
David Favre, Professor of Law, Michigan State University College of Law - Is an International Treaty for Animal Welfare Needed and Possible?
Peter Sankoff, Associate Professor of Law, University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Law - Animal Welfare Law and the Concept of Dialogue: Can Welfare Law Simultaneously Fail and Succeed?
Please note: the Animal Law Review Symposium is a separate event from The Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark (occurring October 14-16, 2011). Each event requires its own separate registration. To find out more about the Animal Law Conference, visit the conference website: www.alawconference.org
To learn more about Animal Law Review and their scholarly journal, Animal Law, please click here.