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  • Gabriela Sandoval

    For Gabriela Sandoval, nothing is more important than helping those in need. And as part of ALDF's volunteer attorney network, she is putting her skills to work.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Rene Kathawala

    An attorney with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, Rene recently assisted with drafting an alliance agreement between ALDF and Lewis and Clark Law School, resulting in the first-of-its kind Center for Animal Law Studies.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Susann MacLachlan

    With a personality that radiates warmth, "Sunny" enthuses about rescuing animals, teaching animal law at the John Marshall Law School and coaching students for the Harvard Law School's National Animal Advocacy Closing Argument Competition.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Katherine Fernandez Rundle and Michael Von Zamft

    ALDF would like to recognize the contributions of State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle and Assistant State Attorney Michael Von Zamft for their efforts in a brutal crime spree where 19 cats were found killed and mutilated in neighborhoods throughout Florida's Miami-Dade County.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Meena Alagappan

    Complementing her passion for compassion, Meena is the executive director of HEART (Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers), a non-profit public charity that is a full-service humane education provider in the New York City and Chicago areas.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Pamela Frasch and Kathy Hessler

    The Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS) has enjoyed tremendous success thanks to Pamela Frasch, assistant dean and executive director of CALS, and Kathy Hessler, clinical professor and director of the Animal Law Clinic at CALS -- the only animal law clinic in the country.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Monica Frois, Erin Pelleteri, and Brandy Sheely

    The laws intended to protect animals in this country are only as strong as the people willing to defend them. Thankfully for a lonely tiger named Tony, there are legal professionals like Monica Frois, Erin Pelleteri, and Brandy Sheely.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • David Zaft

    Historically, the law has treated companion animals like replaceable property, worth only their "market value." But things are starting to change, thanks in part to attorneys like David Zaft.
    April 8, 2013 Pro Bono Spotlight
  • Jerry Simonelli

    Students are the future of animal law, and ALDF is thrilled about the animal law courses Jerry Simonelli is offering at both the University of Windsor, in Canada, and at Wayne State University, in Detroit, Michigan.
    October 22, 2012 Pro Bono Spotlight