Kelly Struthers Montford, Assistant Professor of Criminology at Ryerson University, has been awarded a
The Vermont Law and Graduate School is offering fellowships to their Animal Law and Policy Institute for next year.
Rachel de Graaf and Annie Sloan have been awarded the inaugural Brooks Institute LLM Fellowships for the 2023-2024 academic-year. The fellowship is administered by the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law and Policy.
Maggie Wang, Yale Law School and Amber Ward, Columbia Law School have been awarded Brooks Institute Emerging Scholar Fellowships for the 2023-2024 academic-year.
Sarah Schindler, Maxine Kurtz Faculty Research Scholar and Professor of Law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, has been awarded the Brooks Institute Scholars Research Fellowship.
In this project we sought to better understand relationships between scientific and popular views regarding the agency, sentience, and cognition (ASC) of aquatic animals, and policies that protect these animals in the United States. For case studies we chose cetaceans, tunas, and octopuses.
Mathilde Cohen, a George Williamson Crawford Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law, has been awarded the Brooks Institute Scholars Research Fellowship.
First-year law student Natalie Zisa has turned her passion for animal advocacy into national-level recognition for her legislative drafting and lobbying skills. Zisa pursued the National Animal Law Competition on her own and prevailed in the rigorous spring event.
The Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law & Policy hosted the revival of the National Animal Law Competitions (NALC) on March 18-19, 2023, in partnership with Harvard Law School, Lewis & Clark Law School, and Vermont Law & Graduate School.