Jonathan Lovvorn is faculty co-director of the Climate, Animal, Food, and Environmental Law & Policy Lab (CAFE Lab) at Yale Law School, which develops innovative legislative and litigation strategies to address animal, human, and environmental exploitation within the global food system. He teaches courses on animal law, wildlife law, and climate policy, and has published a number of articles concerning the intersection of animal law, environmental law, and food policy. He previously taught courses on animal and environmental law at Harvard, Georgetown, and NYU, and served as the policy director for the Harvard Animal Law & Policy Program. He also serves as chief counsel for animal protection litigation at the Humane Society of the United States, as senior legal advisor to the San Francisco SPCA’s Shelter Policy and Legal Services Project, and on the board of directors of Well-Beings – a new nonprofit developing innovative solutions to protect animals, people, and the environment.