April 12, 2021 Clinic ‘Tiger King’ Fallout Unites PETA, Feds to Fight Cub Petting

The case against the Lowes is a “breakthrough moment,” said Katherine Meyer, visiting assistant clinical professor of law and director of the Animal Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard Law.

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March 23, 2021 Program Banning Chicken Cages Won’t Make Eggs Humane

A new bill in Utah banning chicken cages is neither a victory nor a reason to feel better about eating eggs. If anything, it’s a reminder of the scale of the fight ahead, says Animal Law & Policy Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz.

March 23, 2021 Program Seaweed-Fed Cows Burp Less Planet-Warming Methane

In the end, giving cows seaweed in feedlots would only net an 8.8 percent total reduction in methane emissions, according to Jan Dutkiewicz, Harvard Animal Law & Policy Fellow.

March 20, 2021 Program Rights of Nature, Rights of Animals

Read an essay published by Professor Kristen Stilt, Faculty Director of the Animal Law & Policy Program in The Harvard Law Review (HLR), which published three commentaries on Animal Law in its online Forum. The HLR Forum is the companion to the print journal, hosting scholarly discussion of HLR print content and timely reactions to recent developments in the law.