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Animals as Property and Animal Rights and Welfare (2013)

Animals as Property and Animal Rights and Welfare (2013)

Animals as Property, Equine Law, Exotic Animals, Wildlife, Farm Animals & Animal Rights vs. Animal Welfare: Practical & Ethical Considerations | 2013 Video Archive

Presented by the Committee on Animals and the Law and a nationally recognized and renowned panel of animal law practitioners, this program provides an in-depth understanding of a variety of current practical animal law issues every practitioner should know, from companion animal representation to horses, exotics and wildlife and the laws that can protect them. Topics addressed include an in-depth analysis of the property status of animals & the diverging theories of animal rights versus animal welfare and the types and extent of protections that can be afforded to animals under each theory, as well as the ethical and moral considerations surrounding each theory.

Program Topics

• Using Litigation to Protect Wild and Captive Animals: Opportunities and Obstacles

• Incorporating Equine Law Matters in Your Practice

• Animal Law: The Problems of Animals as Property

• Ethically Representing Animal Welfare Rescue Organizations in Animal Rights Litigation

• Animal Welfare and Animal Law: A New York Farmer-s Perspective

Committee Chair

Amy Lynn Chaitoff, Esq.(Chair, Committee on Animals and the Law)
Chaitoff Law
Bayport

Program Chairs

Amy M. Sheridan, Esq.(Program Co-Chair)
Office of ADR & CI Programs
New York,City

Michele Oganov, Esq.(Program Co-Chair)
NOMURA
New York City

Program Moderator

James F. Gesualdi, Esq.
Attorney at Law
Islip

Program Speakers

Elizabeth C.Dribusch, Esq. *
New York Farm Bureau, Inc.
Albany

Julie I. Fershtman, Esq.
Foster, Swift, Collins &Smith, P.C.
Farmington Hills, MI

Professor Gary Francione
Rutgers Law School
Newark, NJ

Eric Glitzenstein, Esq.
Meyer Glitzenstein & Crystal
Washington, DC

Jonathan G. Schopf, Esq.
The Vincelette Law Firm, PC
Albany

* Note: Elizabeth Dribusch was not able to participate in the program. Her topic was covered by Jonathan G. Schopf.

3.5 Total MCLE Credits(3.0 professional practice; 0.5 ethics)

This archived webcast is a video online program that you will view and listen to on your computer screen.

Recorded at the 2013 Annual Meeting on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by the Committee on Animals and the Law

Total Credits: 3.50 | Areas of Professional Practice: 3.00, Ethics: 0.50

Format:
  • Online On-Demand
Product Code:
  • VD374
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):
  • 3.0
Ethics and Professionalism Credit(s):
  • 0.5
Total Credit(s):
  • 3.5

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