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  • April 1
    LC SALDF Hosts An Incredibly Successful MeatOut 2018!
  • February 4
    LC SALDF is lucky to have the support of the Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS), a center made up of fantastic individuals, many of whom are LC SALDF alumni and faculty advisors.  Learn more about the many accomplishments of CALS (just in the past week)!
  • January 11

    On Thursday, January 11th, SALDF welcomed the chapter back from winter break and had the honor of hosting the Center for Animal Law Studies’ first Aquatic Animal Law Initiative Fellow, Becky Jenkins as the first event of Spring semester.

  • Christopher Berry Speaks to LC SALDF
    November 9
    On Thursday, November 9th, 2017 the Lewis & Clark Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (LC SALDF) chapter hosted Christopher Berry, a staff attorney with the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) for one of its Speaker Series Events.
  • September 21
    On Thursday, September 21 st the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law CALS) and the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund chapter of Lewis & Clark Law (LC SALDF) co-hosted an Animal Law Program Overview event for new students at Lewis & Clark Law. The event was packed, filling up almost the entirety of the large classroom in which it was held and was an exciting indication of the bright future of the animal law program at the law school.
  • September 7
    On Thursday, September 7th, 2017, visiting professor Russ Mead gave a talk to our LC SALDF chapter titled “I Could Do That.” After years of teaching at Lewis & Clark Law, in 2016 Professor Mead was named the Shared Earth Foundation Visiting Professor. Professor Mead was instrumental in the rescue of animals after Hurricane Katrina, and has implemented other large-scale rescues, including complex hoarding cases involving over hundreds of animals.
  • August 12
    Today is World Elephant Day, a day to celebrate these majestic animals who have close family bonds, complex emotional lives, and high levels of intelligence and empathy. In this blog, Professors Joyce Tischler and Erica Lyman address how each one of us can stop the suffering of elephants by keeping them in the wild with their families, where they belong.
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