*all events take place online unless otherwise noted*
October 10-17, 2020
Three of Animal Outlook’s short films produced and directed by Jonathan Rosenberry are featured in this year’s International Vegan Film Festival:
- Leilani Münter: #1 Eco Athlete in the World
- Live Your Most Compassionate Life
- Torre Washington: Vegan Bodybuilding Champion
Thursday, October 15, 12:15 – 1:15 pm PT
Animal Outlook’s Executive Vice President Cheryl Leahy, along with attorneys from the Animal Legal Defense Fund and PETA, will discuss careers in animal law and how their work intersects with other areas of the law, including environmental, agricultural, and entertainment law in this webinar presented by The Animal Law Society at the University of California, Los Angeles. Moderated by Professor Taimie Bryant.
Monday, October 26, 2020, 1:00 – 2:30 pm ET
Join Irina Anta and Alexandra Cerussi for a discussion on farmed animal welfare law and policy with Delcianna Winders and Ingrid Seggerman – this is the first continuing education of its kind, and open to all who want to learn more about this important topic. Presented by the Animals in Agriculture subcommittee of the American Bar Association.
Tuesday, November 17, 9:00 – 10:30am PT
Animal Outlook’s director of investigations and former undercover investigator Scott David will participate in a panel discussion at Sentient Media’s Sentient Sessions titled Stories That Matter: The Role of Undercover Investigators and Whistleblowers.
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
- Empowering 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 September 22, 2020