Animal Law Symposium 2017

May 20, 2017

This year’s symposium examined one of the most pressing issues in animal law today – how can we best protect wild animals when human activity increasingly runs counter to the interests of wildlife? Sessions examined the government’s current approach to wildlife management, approaches to alleviating the problems caused by captivity, consideration of a more science-based and compassionate paradigm for wildlife protection and connecting the dots between the way we eat, climate change, and the planet we share with wildlife. The symposium was geared toward legal professionals, law students and any individual with an interest in improving life for non-human animals in our society.

Wildlife Rights and Protection in the 21st Century May 20, 2017 Millennium Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA All sessions will take place in the Galeria Emerald room, on the lobby level of the …

It is through the collective support of our many supporters that we are able to put on this amazing event! To become a sponsor at any of the below levels, please …

Keynote Speaker Jo-Anne McArthur, Photojournalist, Author and Educator, We Animals The We Animals project was created by award-winning photojournalist, author and educator Jo-Anne McArthur, who has been documenting the plight of animals …

Our symposium panelists submitted the following materials. Although not necessarily written by the individual panelists, the submissions are relevant to their presentation topics. These are also the materials applicable to …

The Animal Law Symposium, Los Angeles 2017 is being held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Hotels and Parking Millennium Biltmore Hotel 506 S. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90071 (213) 624-1011 The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is offering …

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