The Animal Law Academy webinars are an opportunity to hone your skills and gain both practical and substantive knowledge about important issues currently facing animals in the legal system. Participants will learn from the experts and enjoy an interactive Q&A session. Don’t miss the chance to get an in-depth look into what it means to advocate for animals’ through the legal system.
Animal Law Academy webinars are suitable for anyone interested in animal law, current and future law students, attorneys, legal professionals and animal advocates.
The guarantee of free speech enshrined in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is critical to the animal protection movement. Join Kelsey Eberly, ALDF Senior Staff Attorney, as she explores the applicable legal canons and arguments employed to vindicate activists’ rights, protect advocacy, and empower entrepreneurial innovation.
The hot summer months bring up an array of potential issues involving animals and their protection. Join us for the first presentation of our Animal Law Summer School series, as we explore how to be an agent of change for animals.
Join us for a round-table conversation to explore the ongoing risks as well as challenges and opportunities to preventing the next pandemic.
Human interaction with captive animals – both wild-caught and captive-bred – can increase the likelihood of global pandemics, which makes their captivity all the more dangerous. Join legal and rescue experts as they discuss captive animals, with an emphasis on those used for entertainment.
Join public health expert Dr. Aysha Akhtar for a conversation about COVID-19 and how our troubled relationship with non-human animals increases the risk of zoonotic disease outbreaks.
COVID-19 has shone new light on the issues surrounding the treatment of animals in factory farms. This panel will discuss three similar, yet distinct, issues within factory farming during the pandemic: conditions within factory farms and industrial slaughterhouses, “depopulation” methods, and government subsidies.
Problematic regulations regarding fiduciary duty make it difficult to factor animal and environmental protection in tax-privileged pension planning under ERISA. Join Benjamin Cregger, Lewis & Clark Law School, as they provide a closer look at recent regulatory changes, which are potentially problematic for human and nonhuman animals.
Join Bianka Atlas, Lewis & Clark Law School, for an overview of the plant-based meat labeling landscape in the United States, with a focus on current and pending state legislation and lawsuits.