Animal Law eJournal
Editors: Hannah Arterian and Deborah S. Kenn
Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse University College of Law

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts on legal, policy and jurisprudential issues relating to animals.

It includes within its scope wildlife, domestic animals, and farm animals. Subject matter includes, but is not limited to torts, tax, public heath, family law, commercial transactions, contracts, agricultural law, law and rhetoric, international business transactions and international trade, constitutional law, criminal law, property, insurance, estates and trusts, comparative law, foreign law, or other areas of the law, as they relate to animals. Abstracts are welcomed which broadly approach the area, including discourses regarding the jurisprudence of animal rights and animals as sentient beings. We welcome abstracts on practice, theory, and empirical research as related to the topic.

As part of a leading research university, Syracuse University College of Law combines a balanced academic commitment to scholarship, teaching, and research. Interdisciplinary programs at the College of Law partner our offerings with other schools and colleges to create initiatives that cross academic barriers - thus our students gain both a sound doctrinal legal education and practical hands-on experience in the real world. The College of Law includes nine academic interdisciplinary centers and institutes led by nationally recognized faculty.

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Editors: Hannah Arterian and Deborah S. Kenn
Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse University College of Law


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