Every other week each academic year more than a dozen participants meet for afternoon sessions of our Animal Law & Policy Workshop Series to review and critique drafts of each other’s scholarship in progress.
- May 19: M.H. Tse, “Animal Farming as a Regime of Force” and “What it Means to Be Property: Property Law Theory and Animal Rights Debates.”
- May 12: Amy Fitzgerald, “Social Recognition of Animals in the Context of Domestic Violence: A Strategic Avenue for Broader Socio-Legal Change.”
- April 28: Omar Farahat, “A Preliminary Framework for the Rights of Nonhuman Animals in Islamic Legal Theory.”
- April 14: Steve Niemi, “Ethical Considerations,” an invited chapter to be included in Learning from Disease in Pets: A ‘One Health’ Model for Discovery.
- April 7: Kristen Stilt, “Halal Animals: Food, Faith, and the Future of Planetary Health.“
- March 3: Justin Marceau, “Expanding the Critique of Carceral Animal Law.”