Rebecca Critser

Adjunct Law Faculty


Rebecca Critser, LLM, JD, M. Bioethics is a post-doctoral fellow at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School for Public Health. She works in the Toxicology Research Policy team led by Dr. Paul Locke. Rebecca teaches Animals in the Law at IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She also teaches Animal Legal Philosophy and co-teaches with Dr. Paul Locke The Law & Ethics of Animal Testing at Lewis & Clark Law School. She is an alumni of the Cambridge’ Center for Animal Rights Lecturer’s Workshop and is actively involved with both the ABA Animal Law Committee and the Animal Law Section of the Indiana State Bar Association. 

Specialty Areas and Course Descriptions

The Law & Ethics of Animal Testing

Animal Legal Philosophy

Academic Credentials

Animal Law LLM, Lewis & Clark Law School, 2022

JD, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, 2018

Masters in Philosophy, Indiana University, 2018

BS in Animal Behavior, Bucknell University, 2010