New Volume of Stanford Journal of Animal Law and Policy Now Online

Posted by April Nockleby, ALDF's Online Content Manager on July 24, 2009

Volume 2 of the Stanford Journal of Animal Law and Policy (SJALP) was just released and can be found online at

In this issue:

Making Decisions about Our Animals’ Health Care: Does It Matter Whether We Are Owners or Guardians?
by Susan J. Hankin

Hell to the Sound of Trumpets: Why Chicago’s Ban on Foie Gras Was Constitutional and What It Means for the Future of Animal Welfare Laws
by Joshua I. Grant

Rethinking the Irreparable Harm Factor in Wildlife Mortality Cases
by Avalyn Taylor

A Patent on the Conscious: A Theoretical Perspective of the Law on Patentable Life
by Danielle K. Miller