Resources

The conference presenters submitted the following materials. The materials, although not necessarily written by the individual speakers, are relevant to their panel topics and will be applicable to attorneys seeking continuing legal education (CLE) credits for attending the conference. We did not have binders or CD/DVDs of materials available for purchase at the conference, but attendees are able to access this page via their computer or the Animal Law Conference Mobile App.

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Keynote Presentations

Introduction to the Legal Status of Animals

Joyce Tischler, Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School

Understanding Our Clients: Philosphy, Ethology and the Law

More than Property: Advancing Animal Status within the Crinimal Justice System

Lora Dunn, Animal Legal Defense Fund

Jake Kamins, Benton County District Attorney’s Office

Melina Merck, DVM, Veterinary Forensics Consulting, LLC

Transforming Animals’ Status through Civil Litigation

Matthew Liebman, Animal Legal Defense Fund

Kevin Schneider, Nonhuman Rights Project

Delcianna Winders, Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School

All the World’s a Stage: Raising the Curtain on International Animal Advancements

Rajesh Reddy, Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School

Amy P. Wilson, Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School

Sound Animal Representation: Navigating Legal Ethics and Compassion Fatigue as an Advocate for Animals

Animal Law Clinicians: Training the Next Generation

Electing Representatives who Represent Animals

Animals, Robots and Persons yet Unknown

Creative Approaches to Fighting Climate Change