Lewis & Clark Law School Animal Legal Defense Fund

Calendar of Events:

In addition to putting on Speaker Series events and encouraging volunteerism, the Lewis & Clark Student Chapter strives to keep its members apprised of animal-related events in and around Portland, doing its part to build the animal protection community. Check out some of our recent and upcoming events below. Nearly all of our events are open to the public, so do not hesitate to stop by!

What We’ve Done:

Past Events

March 11, 2022

11th Annual Animal Law Symposium

Animal Law Review presents its annual animal law symposium, a day filled with thoughtful conversation on animal law. This year’s virtual event will focus on some of the successes we have achieved on behalf of nonhuman animals, while acknowledging the work that remains to be done. This free event is open to the public and will feature panels and individual speakers on a variety of animal legal issues, including species conservation, intersectional animal advocacy, and sustainable agriculture.
March 7, 2022

Animal Law Week (March 7-11th)

This year’s annual Animal Law Week at Lewis & Clark Law School is March 7-11th. The Lewis & Clark Law School Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Chapter will be hosting a variety of animal law events and activities throughout the week and the Center for Animal Law Studies will be supporting the students by raising awareness. The full lineup of events is below. To download  in PDF format, click here.
September 25, 2021

ALDF Virtual Student Convention

The Student Convention provides an opportunity for law students to receive career advice from leaders in the animal law field and network with law students from schools across the country and beyond.
March 10, 2021

Animal Law Clinics: Making a Difference for Animals (Animal Law Week Event)

Join us in honor of Animal Law Week to learn about how the animal law clinics at the Center for Animal Law Studies are making a difference for animals and preparing students to be effective legal advocates.

 

 

 

   

 

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