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Through the hosting of conferences, panels and seminars, the Center for Animal Law provides educational and networking platforms to facilitate the exchange of ideas among scholars in the field, attorneys, and the general public. Our panels have covered some of the most notable issues in animal law including state and federal animal welfare laws, factory farming, dog fighting, puppy mills, animals in entertainment and tort valuation of animals.

Past Events

September’s webinar, Nuestro Planeta Compartido: At the Intersection of Animal Law, the Environment, and Human Rights in Latin America, is now available online for free! Visit here to register, watch, and receive up to 3 hours of CLE credit.

For more details about our history, please look at our Past Events PDF. 


Past Event Photos

Photos from "The Game Changers" - Documentary Screening + Plant-Based Reception (January 29, 2020) and  Animal Warriors: At the Intersection of Animal Law and Veterans Affairs (November 14, 2019)