September 18, 2023 “The class gave me hope and optimism… about how we can collectively seek justice for animals, which I translated into ideas for my design proposal.”

Rebecca Shen was one of several cross-registrants who took Professor Kristen Stilt's animal law class this past spring. The class helped inform her Master's thesis project design, which is to turn feedlots in California into cow sanctuaries. Here, she shares more about her motivations for her work and for taking the class.

African elephants in the grass.

March 20, 2023 , Clinic, PAWS Push Feds to End African Elephant Capture, Trophy Hunting

A blog by Clinical Instructor Rachel Mathews about joint comments submitted today by Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Clinic and the Performing Animal Welfare Society in response to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s proposal to revise a special rule governing trade in African elephants under the Endangered Species Act.

Chicken in a cage

February 15, 2023 , Egg Producers Open Their Minds To Opening Hen Cages

ALPP Visiting Fellow Dr. Michelle Sinclair's latest guest blog published by Faunalytics