Mely the Orangutan (Photo from International Animal Rescue UK)

                  Mely the Orangutan (Photo from International Animal Rescue UK)

 

2ND CALIFORNIA ANIMAL LAW SYMPOSIUM

SEPTEMBER 13, 2014


EVENT SUMMARY

Our 2nd California Animal Law Symposium was hosted on September 13, 2014, which consisted of 10 panels each hosted by a different California law school SALDF chapter. The symposium began with welcoming remarks and a morning keynote address by David Grimm.

Topics for the panels include: Horses, Horses, Horses: Engineering the Protection of Wild and Domestic American Horses; Injustice and Undue Influence in the Food Industry; Animal Welfare and Environmentalism: Strategies for Cross-Movement Activism; Animal Experimentation: Litigation, Activism, and Ethics; Animals as Spectacles: Litigation to Challenge the Exploitation of Animals in Entertainment; Pit-Bulls: Attitudes and Laws in a New Age; Practicing Animal Law: Recovering Attorney’s Fees from Defendants and General Practice Management; International Animal Law: The Animal Welfare Movements in Romania and China; Animal Advocacy: What’s Happening at the Capitol and How to Join the Fight; and Earning to Give: Why You Shouldn’t Work for an Animal Organization.


2014 EVENT PROGRAM

For specific Information about the 2014 California Animal Law Symposium’s speakers and panels, please see our CALS program here.


PARTICIPATING SALDF CHAPTERS

Golden Gate University School of Law

UC Hastings College of Law (Hosting Chapter)

Berkeley Law School

John F. Kennedy University College of Law

Loyola Law School

Santa Clara University School of Law

UC Irvine School of Law

UCLA School of Law

University of La Verne College of Law

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law

Whittier Law School