Law Student & SALDF Chapter Resources
The Animal Legal Defense Fund has numerous resources for law students interested in the field of animal law.
- ALDF assists with the development of student animal law groups, such as Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) chapters.
- ALDF facilitates the development of animal law courses at law schools through collaboration with students, faculty and law school administration.
provides educational resources and assistance with student activities,
including volunteer opportunities and speaking engagements For more
information, email us.
- ALDF provides grant opportunities for animal law related projects.
- ALDF develops networking opportunities with other law students and law professionals through our Animal Law 101 program, events, and by becoming a student ALDF member.
Law Student & Student Animal Legal Defense Fund Chapter Resources:
The process of applying for a Student Animal Legal Defense Fund grant for your chapter is discussed on this page.
ALDF Staff Attorney Matthew Liebman offers some insights for students who are interested in pursuing careers in animal law.
Law students interested in this cutting-edge field must be inventive and proactive in seeking out opportunities to become involved. Here are some suggestions for getting involved in animal law.
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) chapters are student groups that are affiliated with the Animal Legal Defense Fund and share its mission to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system.
Congratulations to those of you graduating from law school this semester! We want to support and encourage your dedication to the field of animal law by offering you a free …
There are many ways your chapter can advocate on behalf of animals and raise awareness about animal law on campus and in the wider community. Here is a list of suggestions to help you get started.
This list includes films that have been screened by SALDF chapters at their events.
Looking for a speaker for your SALDF event? Here is a helpful list of suggestions.
Undergraduate students can take many steps to become involved in the field of animal law. Below are some suggestions: Check out ALDF’s current cases & campaigns to learn how you can …
A resource guide for students and graduates interested in this dynamic and cutting-edge area of the law.
Reaching out to your local press outlets is an excellent, inexpensive way to let your community know about your work for animals, and to educate countless people about the growing field of animal law.
Nicole Pallotta, Student Programs Coordinator, reviews ALDF’s many resources and opportunities for law students, including: sample SALDF projects, SALDF project and travel grants, ALDF’s Student E-Newsletter, scholarships, and clerkships.
Do you want to work for the animals? Are you interested in obtaining a job as an animal lawyer?
Join Animal Legal Defense Fund's Animal Law Program! As a law student member, you'll receive ALDF's newsletter, The Animals' Advocate, an issue of Animal Law Review, email updates and more.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund has compiled a concise list of animal law publications, academic journals and selected books.
Selecting a law school to attend is a critical decision for future animal attorneys. ALDF offers these tips to finding the school that's right for you.
Graduating SALDF members can request a free graduation packet that includes an ALDF lapel pin, graduation cord, and application for a complimentary one-year ALDF attorney membership.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund suggests the following steps to start an animal law course at your law school.
The following materials are designed to help you with the process of forming a Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) chapter at your law school.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund offers this comprehensive list of animal law courses offered throughout the United States and Canada.
Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) chapters are ALDF's law student groups, representing on campuses across the nation our mission to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system.