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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.
ANIMAL WARRIORS: AT THE INTERSECTION OF ANIMAL LAW AND VETERANS AFFAIRS
Thursday, November 14, 2019 25 E. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604 Symposium: Room 805 (3:15 - 6:30)Reception: 7th Floor Lounge (6:30 - 7:30)
DePaul Law dedicates its Fall symposium in Animal Law to showing the interplay between animal welfare and the military. This program's three speakers will highlight different ways in which these two areas merge.
Chris Berry (ALDF) will discuss a case involving the Lockwood Animal Rescue Center, which is a sanctuary where military veterans train wolves and other animals.
Cynthia Bathurst (Safe Humane Chicago) will talk about her organization's VALOR (Veterans Advancing Lives of Rescues) Program. And
Marilyn Forbes Phillips (Duke University School of Law, Womble Bond Dickinson) will review the history of dogs in the US military and the TEDD (Tactical Explosive Detection Dog) program.
This event has been approved for up to 3.0 CLE hours.
Co-Sponsored by the
Animal Legal Defense Fund; Organized by the
Veterans Advocacy Student Organization and the
DePaul Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Chapter
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For more details about our history, please look at our Past Events PDF.
Peter DiCola, Daniel Lano, Margit Livingston
Margit Livingston, Kevin Noonan, Emily Winfield
"EATING ANIMALS" Special Screening (April 8, 2019) and the spring seminar
Intellectual Property Law and the Legal Status of Animals (April 17, 2019)