Madeline Bernstein honored as CALS Distinguished Visitor
September 06, 2013
The Center for Animal Law Studies is pleased to announce Madeline Bernstein as its 2013 Distinguished Visitor.
Bernstein’s nearly twenty years of experience at spcaLA and her life-long dedication to preventing violence and achieving justice, will bring a fresh perspective to the CALS (Center for Animal Law Studies) fall offering of Animal Law Fundamentals at Lewis & Clark Law School. Bernstein will co-teach the course with Professor Pamela Frasch, JD, Assistant Dean of the Animal Law Program & Executive Director of CALS.
Bernstein joined spcaLA in April 1994, and has remained committed to the humane treatment of, and respect for animals through education and enforcement of anti-cruelty laws.
Bernstein is an accomplished and respected attorney, and she is one of America’s preeminent leaders and advocates promoting animal welfare. Today, spcaLA is recognized as the leading voice, educator, and hope for the animals it protects and the humans it serves.
Madeline Bernstein is a member of the California Bar Association, New York Bar, United States Southern District, and United States Eastern District Bar Associations. She has been an adjunct professor and has taught employment, labor, evidence, and criminal law at La Verne University College of Law, and is an arbitrator through the American Arbitration Association.
The Center for Animal Law Studies is proud to welcome her.