*all events take place online unless otherwise noted*
Organized by the Animal Legal Defense Fund and the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School, the Animal Law Conference welcomes more than 400 participants each year. This year’s theme is “Transforming Our Relationship with Animals” and the majority of the sessions will focus on the role of the law in defining, mediating and reimagining our relationships with animals in every corner of our lives. Animal Outlook Counsel Will Lowrey will participate in a panel discussion entitled Litigating for Change: Challenges, Opportunities, and Victories on Saturday, October 16, 2021 from 12:30 – 1:45 pm ET. Anthony Elisueson, ALDF’s litigation program director, will moderate the panel; additional panelists will be Christopher Berry, ALDF’s managing attorney and Caitlin Hawks, PETA Foundation’s deputy general counsel for litigation. There will be a Q&A session following the panel discussion.
Check this page often for updates on when and where you can hear from Animal Outlook‘s experts on:
- Exposing truth: Undercover investigations
- Delivering justice: Legal advocacy
- Revolutionizing food systems: Supply side corporate engagement
- Inspiring change: Mainstreaming vegan eating through outreach & education
Our mission: to change the world for animals. By deploying an arsenal of strategies to challenge the status quo of animal agribusiness, we’re exposing the truth, delivering justice, revolutionizing food systems, and empowering others to stand up for animals by leaving them off our plates.
Page last updated July 26, 2021