Casemaker Libra

  • Environmental/Land Use

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7th Annual Animal Law Conference

Publication Year: April 17, 2009   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Co- Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- If Animals are Property, How Can Lawyers Help Them Current Practice and Visions For The Future
 Chapter Two- The History of Animal Law', Part I (1972 - 1987)
 Chapter Three- Developing Strands in Charlotte's Web- The 2008-2009 National Animal Caselaw Update
 Chapter Four- Legislative Update
 Chapter Five- Speaking of Animals- Using Expert Witnesses as Spokespersons For Animal Victims and Perpetrators
 Chapter Six- Ethics and Expert Witnesses
 Chapter Seven- Animal Magnetism- Service & Therapy Animals Today