Priscilla Rader is a third-year student at Lewis & Clark Law School. She acted as the Student Coordinator for the 2014 Animal Law Conference and is deeply invested in the animal rights and animal law movements. Her involvement includes serving as Co-Director of Lewis & Clark’s Student Animal Legal Defense Fund chapter; Clerk for Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Litigation Program; Intern for Mercy for Animals; Clerk for the Center for Animal Law Studies; and Board Member of Wildwood Farm Sanctuary. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy: Ethics, Society, and Law from Pacific University. She specialized in animal ethics, writing her capstone thesis on virtue ethics and our obligation to include animals in our moral consideration when determining an individual’s virtues.