Friday, December 10, 2010

Animal Law Comes of Age

When the Journal of Legal Education publishes a symposium on Animal Law, you know that the field has arrived. As the Journal’s editors note, “animal law is already central to numerous political and legal issues, including environmental protection and sustainability, the massive industry of pet ownership and care, and the multinational corporate sector devoted to the production of animal food and other products such as leather and furs.”

 Of particular interest to lawyering skills professors is Kathy Hessler’s article on her Animal Law Clinic at Lewis & Clark. Here is a list of the articles.

SYMPOSIUM

 

Growing Up with Animal Law: From Courtrooms to Casebooks (PDF)

193

by Bruce A. Wagman

 

 

 

The Future of Animal Law:Moving Beyond Preaching to the Choir (PDF)

209

by Megan A. Senatori and Pamela D. Frasch

 

 

 

The Bob Barker Gifts to Support Animal Rights Law (PDF)

237

by Taimie L. Bryant

 

 

 

The Role of the Animal Law Clinic (PDF)

263

by Kathy Hessler

 

 

 

Animal Law in Court and Congress:A Roundtable with Practitioners (PDF)

 285

with Nancy Perry, Coby Dolan, Jessica Almy,Zak Smith, and Matthew Liebman

 

 

 

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