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Broden, Dan, Animals and the Law. Courtroom Television Network (1997).

 

Ewald, Bruce H., The Animal Welfare Act Philosophy and Intent. Symposium: Animal Welfare Compliance for Study Directors; Eleventh Annual Meeting of the American College of Toxicology (1990).

 

Favre, David S., Endangered Species: Can the Convention on Trade Really Help Wildlife?, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1996).

Francione, Gary, Activism, the First Amendment, and Animal Rights. Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1991).

 

Hazard, Holly, Peter Rabbit in the Courtroom: Do Animal Tests Protect Manufacturers from Product Liability?, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1993).

 

Kandaras, Kenneth (mod.), Lawyers as Advocates in the Legislative Process: The Sixth Annual Program on Animal Advocacy, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1997).

 

Singer, Peter, The Great Ape Project: Extending Moral Consideration and Justice to All Great Apes, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1995).

Stanley, Valerie, Litigating Animal Rights: Can Animals Find Justice in a Court of Law?, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1998)

 

Trubow, George & Hazard, Holly, Do Animals Have Rights?, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1994).

 

Wise, Steven M., The Chimpanzee’s Entitlement to Legal Rights, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1995).

Wise, Steven M., Why Nonhuman Animals Are Eligible for Fundamental Legal Rights, Chicago: John Marshall Law School (1998).

 

 

 

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