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Lectures, Workshops, and Conferences


In conjunction with the Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Center of The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, the Institute conducts a series of lectures for attorneys, law students, and other animal advocates on topical issues related to animal law.


The Institute also develops workshops and conferences designed to raise awareness of animal protection issues among members of the legal community through in-depth explorations of topics ranging from the litigation of dog bite cases to enforcement of the Animal Welfare Act.



Research Projects


The Institute directs a wide range of research projects to further advance scholarship in the field of animal law. Current and future projects include the development of model laws, the comparison of animal law on a country-by-country basis, and the development of a pleading and a legal memorandum file.

 

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