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Animal Law Conference Next Tuesday

animal-law-lawyer-south-florida_180x120Animal law is evolving rapidly and the changes can be seen throughout the nation. The laws in South Florida changed to make the laws that protect animals much stricter, specifically the tethering laws. These new laws have seen a spike in animal cruelty arrests in the area, and the laws are only continuing to change.

Animal Law Conference

A live audio conference will be held on November 15 at 1:00 pm ET for a full hour and 30 minutes discussing the field of animal law. The conference is hosted by Lorman Educations Services and will discuss issues like litigation, legislation, and corporate/transactional work. It is important to understand how much animal law is changing and developing throughout the country and this conference can serve as a comprehensive introduction to the most popular topics in animal law and the changes that are being put in place.

Other topics will include issues involving dog bites, dangerous dogs, the new tethering laws, and even breed specific legislation. Animal law education is growing and supplementing the growth of animal law itself. Expanding your knowledge and familiarity with animal law is very important and this conference will provide with you with several cases as examples to help you gain a greater understanding of animal law as a whole.

Conference Agenda

Bruce Wagman, whose practice covers a wide range of litigation, legislative counseling and legal consultation, as well as teaching in multiple law schools, will provide a survey of highlighted areas and specific cases.

The conference agenda will include topics such as:

  • Animals in Entertainment
  • Animals in Research
  • Farmed Animals
  • Companion Animals

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