Lewis & Clark Animal Law Review Symposium: The Intersection of Psychology and Law in the Assessment and Treatment of Animal Maltreatment

March 11, 2021 12:10 PM to March 11, 2021 1:10 PM
PT – Pacific Time

Join Brittany Hill, criminal justice program fellow and Kathleen Wood, staff attorney with the Animal Legal Defense Fund as they present with others on mental health and animal cruelty offenders. Presenters will trace the steps involved in animal maltreatment cases from investigation to assessment, adjudication, and treatment, focusing on the roles of mental health and legal professionals at each stage of the process.

This session is a part of the 2021 Lewis & Clark Animal Law Review Symposium which is hosting a virtual series throughout 2021.

Organized by: Lewis & Clark Animal Law Review Symposium
Contact Name: Josh Masser
Contact Email: sym-animallaw@lclark.edu

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