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  • 2018-2020: Farmed Animals & the Law

    Each year, the Animal Legal Defense Fund provides resources to help its student chapters focus on a specific priority issue. The Student Chapter Program Guide contains an overview of the issue, the the organization's involvement, and suggested activities.
  • Where Are They Now? Spotlight on Erin Kim

    In this continuing series of updates on former Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Chapter members, we are proud to spotlight law graduates and the ways they are helping advance animals’ interests in their current careers.
    July 30, 2018 Student Chapters
  • Animal Legal Defense Fund Justice for Animals Fundraising Gala 2018 Student Chapter Writing Contest

    Writing contest for student chapter members to win a travel grant and two tickets to attend the Justice for Animals Fundraising Gala in Los Angeles, CA on Saturday, September 8, 2018.
    July 26, 2018 Student Chapters
  • Protected: Student Chapter Logo

    Download an editable version of the logo and add your school name. Download an editable version of the logo and add your school name.

  • Networking Projects

    Host a Networking Event Set up an event for your chapter so that students can meet local animal law attorneys, legal professionals, and community members. For help finding attorneys that practice animal law, contact your local…

  • Writing Projects

    Newsletters Create an eNewsletter for your chapter that includes information about pending legislation, your chapter’s activities, upcoming animal law events, ways to get involved, and other animal protection news. Write an Article Write a law review…

  • Fundraising Projects

    Collect Donations for Local Animal Sanctuaries or Shelters Team up with a professor to encourage students to donate food, blankets, or toys in exchange for immunity from being cold-called on in class. Organize an Animal Legal…

  • Advocacy Projects

    Commenting At the administrative level, you can submit written comments to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, or other agencies when they are considering changes to rules and regulations. Stay up to…

  • Group Projects

    Visit or Volunteer at an Animal Sanctuary Help local animals and educate chapter members by volunteering at a farmed animal sanctuary or humane society. You can pair this visit with a discussion about the shockingly inadequate…

  • How to Start an Animal Law Class at Your School

    The following are a few steps to starting an animal law course at your law school.