Bringing the “Animal” into Traditional Law Courses 2018
Presented September 28, 2018
Join us for a free, interactive webinar to learn how you can easily incorporate animal law into your existing courses. The webinar will be led by the authors of Animal Law — New Perspectives on Teaching Traditional Law, a first-of-its kind casebook unique for its turnkey approach to adding animal law to “traditional” courses. The book adds a fresh perspective on the courses you are already teaching and introduces law students to the relevance of animal issues in a variety of areas including:
- Constitutional Law
- Contract Law
- Criminal Law
- Environmental Law
- Property Law
- Tort Law
- Wills and Trusts Law
Law professors are encouraged to attend! The webinar is free, but space is limited.
For more information, please visit aldf.org/casebook.
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