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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?

    For more information and to register, please visit the symposium websitewww.animallawreviewsymposium.org.  Questions?  Email animalaw@lclark.edu.


    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 websitewww.alawconference.org

    To learn more about Animal Law Review and their scholarly journal, Animal Law, please click here.


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