3 J. Animal L. & Ethics i (2009)

handle is hein.journals/janilet3 and id is 1 raw text is: JOURNAL OF ANIMAL LAW AND ETHICS
A PUBLICATION BY STt DENTS OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW SCHOOL
Copyright 2009 Journal of Animal Law and Ethics
VOL. 3                         MAY 2009                             NO. 1
CONTENTS
Introduction:  B ridging  the  F nforcem ent G ap  ...................................... ........................... I
Pen'n C. Ellison
T h e  L a k  and  F era l  C ats  ............................................................ ...... ................ 7
Serne R. Smith
I luman  Subjects and Animal Objects: Animals as Other  in the I,axk ...................... 29
ll'endv I ldams
l'a\ and Order: Using Animal DNA as Forensic F\ idence-
N ot  Y et  R eady  for  Prim e  T im e  ..................... ...................................................   53
Antoinette E. ,[arsh
Note to Athletes, NFL, and NBA: Dog Fighting is a Crime, Not a Sport ............. 85
Phyllis Coleman
Bct\ccn Price and Pricelessness: Calculating the Specific Monetary
Value  of a  Dog  Intentionally  Harm ed  by  A nother ............................................... 121
Geordie Duckler
The Polar Bear I rcat\ and the Changing Geography of the High Arctic ............. 141
James Fallows wernev
Animal Rights AdxocacN Programs: Champions for Animal Right ..................... 173
Diane Al Sullivan, Holly V'itzke, and .1lwhael L. Co vne
('all to Action: Getting Political and Winnings Laws ... for Some Animals
Book Rc ic\\ of
Get Political Animals and Win the Laws They .\eed by Julie E. Lewin ...................... 195
Dara Lovitz

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