Mariann Sullivan is Lecturer in Law of Animal Law at Columbia Law School and host of the Animal Law Podcast, as well as co-host of the Our Hen House podcast. Since retiring from her position as Deputy Chief Court Attorney at the New York State Appellate Division, First Department, she has also taught courses in animal law and farmed animal law at Lewis and Clark Law School, NYU Law School,  Brooklyn Law School, and Cardozo Law School. She has served as chair of the animal law committees of the New York City Bar Association and the American Bar Association’s Tort Trial Insurance Practice Section. With David Wolfson, she is the author of a trilogy of articles on farmed animals and the law: “Foxes in the Henhouse: Animals Agribusiness and the Law, A Modern American Fable” in Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions; “What’s Good for the Goose… The Supreme Court of Israel, Foie Gras, and the Future of Farmed Animals in the United States,” in the 2007 volume of the Duke Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems; and “If it Looks Like a Duck: New Jersey, The Regulation of Common Farming Practices, and the Meaning of ‘Humane,’” in Animal Law and the Courts: A Reader.