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25 Animal L. 303 (2018-2019)
Animal Law: The Next Generation

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          ANIMAL LAW: THE NEXT GENERATION

                                  By
                 Pamela Frasch* and Joyce Tischler*

       The animal law movement and animal law education in law schools
   has grown over the years. In this Article, prominent figures in the animal
   law world discuss this growth as well as changes that are expected within
   the next generation of animal law practice. The authors suggest important
   goals necessary to strengthen the movement in order to allow law students to
   access the resources needed to be powerful animal advocates in the years to
   come.
      I. INTRODUCTION    ......................................... 304
      II. ENCOURAGING THE ACADEMY TO FULLY EMBRACE
         ANIMAL LAW EDUCATION .............................. 305
         A. What Is and What Could Be ........................... 305
         B. Trends in Animal Law Studies ......................... 305
             1. Technology ........................................ 306
             2. C linics  ............................................  306
             3. Living  Laboratories  ................................ 307
         C. Animal Law Needs More Tenured and Tenure-Track
            Professors  ............................................. 310
         D. Working Across Disciplines with Professors, Scholars,
            Practitioners in Other Legal Arenas ..................... 312
    III. THE NEXT GENERATION OF ANIMAL LAW PRACTICE            . 312
        A. Trends in Criminal Animal Law Practice ............... 312
        B. Trends in Companion Animal Law (Civil) Practice ....... 314
        C. Trends in Captive Wild Animal Law Practice ............ 316

   * © Pamela Frasch is the Executive Director of the Center for Animal Law Studies
(CALS) and the Associate Dean of the Animal Law Program at Lewis & Clark Law
School. Ms. Frasch has served as general counsel for the Animal Legal Defense Fund
(ALDF) and, in 1996, she created the ALDF Criminal Justice Program, which assists
both. law enforcement and animal advocates in the investigation and prosecution of
animal abuse and neglect cases. Joyce Tischler is the cofounder of the Animal Legal
Defense Fund and served as the Executive Director for twenty-five years. Ms. Tischler
now teaches at Lewis & Clark Law School and is an internationally recognized speaker
and author.


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