Bob Barker to be Keynote Speaker at ALDF’s Future of Animal Law Conference

Posted by April Nockleby, ALDF's Online Content Manager on January 20, 2010

Bob BarkerBob Barker may best be known as the beloved host of the longest running TV game show in history. But "The Price is Right" host is also a long-time advocate for animals and is the keynote speaker at the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s "Future of Animal Law" conference on April 9-11 at Harvard Law School.

In June of 2001, the Harvard Law School established the Bob Barker Endowment for the Study of Animal Rights Law to support teaching and research in this emerging field. He has since established similar endowments at Stanford, Columbia, UCLA, Georgetown, Duke and Northwestern University law schools, among others. His work on behalf of animals has garnered him a long list of awards from prestigious humane organizations across the country.

Read more about Bob’s remarkable work for animals
and don’t miss your opportunity to see him in person at ALDF’s Future of Animal Law conference!

2 thoughts on “Bob Barker to be Keynote Speaker at ALDF’s Future of Animal Law Conference

  1. Bob is an incredible person. We all love you Bob, you have saved so many innocent lives. Bless you.

  2. Nancy Speed says:

    Thank you, Bob Barker for all of the wonderful work you do with, and for animals!! Each time we find or rescue a dog who has yet to be spayed or neutered, I think of you. …that came out wrong, didn’t it? lol
    The length of life, and the health of companion animals is increased by spaying or neutering them. As we are not breeders, why not do one of many medical procedures that will make our precious dogs healthier?!
    Bless You for bringing this to this nation’s attention for SO many years!

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