Raj Reddy is a second-year student and Teaching Fellow at Lewis & Clark Law School, as well as the Student Coordinator for the 2015 Animal Law Conference. His involvement in the animal law community includes serving as Treasurer and Co-Director of Lewis & Clark’s Student Animal Legal Defense Fund chapter; Clerk for the Center for Animal Law Studies; and Managing Editor of the Animal Law Review. He is also a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Georgia, where his work explores the representation of human and nonhuman animals in postcolonial literature. Prior to pursuing his JD and PhD, Raj taught at Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan and served as an Associate Instructor at Indiana University, where he designed and led courses in composition, creative writing, and animal literature.