Vivisection Objection: Using Public Records and the Law to Help Animals in Research at Your School 2018
Presented by Chris Berry, April 17, 2018
Christopher will provide a practical approach on how students can help animals in research at their schools. Christopher will first use several cases as models for what can be done. He will then discuss the process for various types of record requests, including public records and databases. Lastly, Christopher will discuss what to do once those records are obtained, including setting goals to stop objectionable conduct, talking with the regulating entities involved in such conduct, and working with the media.
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