Upcoming Animal Law Events

Posted by April Nockleby, ALDF's Online Content Manager on March 19, 2010

If you’re in or around these areas next week, we encourage you to check out these upcoming animal law events.

Muzzling A Movement: Free Speech, Animal Protection & Terrorism Prosecutions
March 23, 2010
New York, New York

The New York University Student Animal Legal Defense Fund presents "Muzzling A Movement" a speaking engagement with former SHAC 7 prisoner Andy Stepanian, and Dara Lovitz whose book, Muzzling A Movement, on the suppression of speech & first amendment protected protest within the animal protection movement, is due out this summer from Lantern Books.

Practical Applications of Animal Law
March 25, 2010
Miami, Florida

Topics to be covered at this event are: Strict Liability and Personal Injury Issues Involving Animals by Daniel D. Dolan, Esq.; Veterinary Malpractice and the Valuation of Animals as Property by Marcella S. Roukas, Esq.; and Family Law Issues Involving Animals and Family Pets by William T. Brady, Esq. Sponsored by the St. Thomas University Law School Student Animal Legal
Defense Fund.

3rd Annual Animal Law Seminar – Equine Law and Legislation
March 27, 2010
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

ALDF Attorney Dana Campbell will discuss prosecuting equine abuse at this seminar, presented by the Animal Law Coalition and Duquesne University’s Department of Philosophy. Other topics to be discussed include an introduction to animal rights as a justice issue, law governing equine abuse and neglect and the slaughter of America’s wild horses.

5th Annual Animal Law Conference
March 27, 2010
St. Paul, Minnesota

ALDF’s Scott Heiser and Bruce Wagman will be speaking at this all-day animal law conference. Topics range from successful prosecution of puppy mill and hoarding cases to legal issues involved in rescuing abused animals. Join leaders in the animal law movement at what will prove to be an informative and thoughtful discussion of issues in animal law. Presented by the Minnesota State Bar Association’s Animal Law Section and William Mitchell College of Law.