News & Press
November
 
2
, 
2021

Students Named Fellows by the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law & Policy

Two Yale Law School students, A.J. Hudson ’23 and Saylor Soinski ’23, were among the six Emerging Scholars Fellows announced by the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law and Policy . The Brooks Institute’s Emerging Scholars fellowship program supports students who intend to pursue a professor…
November
 
2
, 
2021

Quasi-Property or Quasi-Person

In a new paper to be published in the series Animal Law Fundamentals organized by the U.S.-based Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law and Policy, University of Toronto Faculty of Law Professor Angela Fernandez asks, “Should animals still be considered property?”
September
 
1
, 
2021

2021-2022 Emerging Scholar Fellowship Recipients

Congratulations to the 2021-2022 recipients of the Brooks Institute Emerging Scholar Fellowship! Information about the 2021 fellows and other Brooks Institute fellowship opportunities can be found here . (Photos left to right) Emily Hatch , Harvard Law School AJ Hudson , Yale Law School Samuel…
July
 
13
, 
2021

Announcing the Scholars Track at the Canadian Animal Law Conference 2021

In 2021, the Canadian Animal Law Conference will feature an entire day devoted to the North American Animal Law Conference. The program for this special day will feature a Scholars Track of presentations, offered in partnership with the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law & Policy. The Scholars…
June
 
9
, 
2021

Leading Animal Law Scholar Delcianna Winders to Join Vermont Law School Faculty

Professor Delcianna (Delci) Winders, a renowned animal law expert and advocate, will join the Vermont Law School (VLS) faculty this fall as a visiting associate professor of law and Animal Law Program director. Winders joins VLS from Lewis & Clark Law School, where she directed the world’s first law…
April
 
7
, 
2021

The Future of Live Animal Markets

Ann Linder, Wildlife and Live Animal Markets Fellow with the Harvard Law School Animal Law & Policy Program, presents her research on the future of live animal markets. The research is a collaborative effort between Brooks Animal Studies Academic Network (BASAN) members.
October
 
30
, 
2020

Animal Law & Policy Program, Harvard Law School: 2019-2020 Year in Review

The Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School published their 2019-2020 Year in Review. While quite comprehensive, some highlights include: the Brooks Animal Studies Academic Network (BASAN), the Live Animals Markets Projects with several BASAN members participating, and the Brooks Animal…