The 2010 Future of Animal Law Conference DVD Box Set

Missed the conference – or just want to relive the excitement? ALDF's 2010 "Future of Animal Law" conference is now available as a six DVD box set. Fourteen hours of conference coverage included.

Conference coverage includes:

Keynote speaker: Richard Wrangham, primatologist, professor of biological anthropology at Harvard University

Law Student Workshop
With: Pamela Alexander, Tom Linney and Nicole Pallotta (Animal Legal Defense Fund) and Kathy Hessler and Pamela Frasch (Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School)

Charting a Course for the Protection of Farmed Animals: Legal and Economic Approaches
Peter Stevenson, chief policy advisor, Compassion in World Farming
Dr. Patrick Brown, Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Department of Biochemistry, Stanford University School of Medicine
Dr. Bailey Norwood, associate professor of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University
Bruce Myers, senior attorney, Environmental Law Institute
Carter Dillard, of counsel to HSUS, Westerfield Fellow, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Joyce Tischler, general counsel, Animal Legal Defense Fund

Canine CSI?: Advances in Investigating and Prosecuting Cruelty to Animals
Steve Payne, detective, Oregon State Police; vice president, BKForensics, LLC
Dr. Melinda Merck, forensic veterinarian, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Scott Heiser, Criminal Justice Program director, Animal Legal Defense Fund

Pet Theories: Breaking New Ground with Companion Animal Law
Dr. Sebastien Gay, Economics lecturer, University of Chicago
Bruce Wagman, chief outside legal counsel, Animal Legal Defense Fund, partner, Schiff Hardin LLP
Stephan Otto, legislative affairs director, Animal Legal Defense Fund

Almost a Person: What Lies Ahead for Chimpanzees?
Steven M. Wise, author; president, Center for the Expansion of Fundamental Rights, Inc.
Sarah Baeckler, executive director, Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest
Dana Campbell, attorney, Animal Legal Defense Fund, adjunct professor, Cornell Law School

Replacing the Use of Animals in Toxicity Testing: A Mandate for the New Millennium
Dr. Paul Locke, associate professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Pamela Alexander, Animal Law Program director, Animal Legal Defense Fund, adjunct professor, University of Chicago Law School
Kathy Hessler, director, Animal Law Clinic, Center for Animal Law Studies, Lewis & Clark Law School

Defining the Second Wave of Animal Law
Robert Klonoff, dean and professor of law, Lewis & Clark Law School
Paul Waldau, president, Religion and Animals Institute; Bob Barker Lecturer, Harvard Law School, spring 2010
Pamela Frasch, assistant dean and executive director, Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School
David Wolfson, partner, Global Corporate Group, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP

Proposing a Federal Animal Protection Commission: Updates and Next Steps
Adam Roberts, vice president, Born Free USA
Daniel Press, attorney, Van Ness Feldman
Tom Linney, attorney, Animal Legal Defense Fund

Putting the Critter in Critical Legal Theory: Lessons from Critical Legal Studies, Critical Race Theory, and Feminist Jurisprudence
Angela Harris, professor, University of California at Berkeley School of Law
Taimie Bryant, professor, UCLA Law School
Matthew Liebman, attorney, Animal Legal Defense Fund
Maneesha Deckha, Faculty of Law, University of Victoria

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