Mini Law School: Animals and the Law (Sept. 25)
Join Dalhousie’s first Mini Law School event of the term:
ANIMALS AND THE LAW
w/ Professor Vaughan Black
Pet or property? Free range or small cage? Cure for disease or cruelty by degrees? When it comes to the treatment and protection of animals and the law, the answers to questions like these are often uncomfortable – and complicated.
In this lecture, discussions will take place about how the law regards and treats animals in agriculture, in scientific experimentation, as wildlife (huntin’, fishin’ ‘n trappin’), and as companions, and the protection (or lack of it) of their lives, welfare, and interests will be explored.
Join this MINI LAW SCHOOL to discuss the many ways law enters our lives.
Starts: September 25 2013 – 7:00 pm
Ends: September 25 2013 – 8:30 pm
Rm 104, Weldon Law Building, 6061 University Avenue
Lindsay Loomer, Communications Officer
Schulich School of Law
t: 902.717.5635 | e: email@example.com
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