The Seeds of Animal Law

Animal Law Clinics Become Pet Projects at Law Schools

Houston Now Has Its First Animal Law Clinic

Egypt Drafts First Animal Rights Law

Global Animal Law Conference III

Inaugural Student Convention Energizes the Future of Animal Law

Lawyers Representing Pets is Part of a Growing Trend.

Animal Law Conference, October 13-15.

Abused Dogs and Cats Now Have a (Human) Voice in Connecticut Courts.

New Breed of Lawyers Breaks on t the Scene with Animal Defenders Office (ADO) Accreditation.

Introduction to Symposium on Global Animal Law (Part I): Animals Matter in International Law and International Law Matters for Animals

Introduction to Symposium on Global Animal Law, Part II: The Case for Global Legal Animal Studies

ISAR’s Animal Law SEEDS spread to “Down Under.”
Note footnote 4. Ms. Frasch is coauthor of an English-language casebook on animal law, which contains the landmark case of ISAR’s chairman, professor Henry Mark Holzer, Jones v. Butz.

Michigan State University College of Law has a comprehensive repository of information about animal law at the Animal Legal and Historical Center website.

Episode 2: What does Canadian Federalism Mean for Animal Law?

Fourth Annual Animal Law Week held at HLS

Leading Global Academics To Debate Animal Law At Oxford

Animals Get the Status of Living Creatures in Slovakia

New United States Attorney Program Helps You Hire Vegan Lawyers

In 1991 ISAR sponsored the first major symposium in the United States to address the problem of domestic dog and cat overpopulation: “Killing the Crisis, Not the Animals: An International Symposium on Dog and Cat Overpopulation.”

Among other speakers was the Honorable Maneka Gandhi, Honorable Union Cabinet Minister of India.  She was later quoted as saying “By attending ISAR’s International Symposium on Dog and Cat Overpopulation I learned a great deal and ISAR probably changed all of India as a result.” (Our emphasis)

Another Animal Law seed was planted by ISAR. See what it has blossomed into.

The international momentum for Animal Law continues to flourish as a major result of the “First National Conference on Animal Rights Law,” organized and sponsored by ISAR and its long-time chairman, Professor Henry Mark Holzer in 1981.

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The seeds that ISAR’s chairman, Professor Henry Mark Holzer and ISAR planted over three decades ago continue to flourish as the emerging field of Animal Law continues to rapidly develop in both academia and in legal practice. You can read more at: