Our video library includes educational resources, coverage from signature Brooks Institute events, and presentations and interviews from leaders in the animal protection community.
These curated video resources are open-access and geared toward all audiences. You will find entry points for all levels of experience, whether you are a student, academic scholar, law practitioner, or simply have a general interest in animal protection. Our video library provides access to thought leadership and education on a variety of animal law topics from notable scholars and practitioners in the field.
Professor Justin Marceau presents on Food Transparency & Ag-Gag Laws for Animal Law Fundamentals, discussing a close look at Ag-Gag laws and their predecessors, the food libel laws.
Animal Law Fundamentals
Animal Law Fundamentals is a documentary-style series of video presentations and scholarly papers on the fundamentals of animal law by some of North America’s notable animal law scholars. The goal of this series is to make the fundamentals of animal law readily accessible to the public.
The Brooks Congress is an annual invitation-only gathering of top community thinkers, actors, and rising stars in the animal protection community. View our archive of highlights from previous events.
National Animal Law Competitions
The purpose of the National Animal Law Competitions is to provide law students an opportunity to develop knowledge in the field of animal law and to hone their written and oral advocacy skills.
North American Animal Law Conference
The Conference is designed to spotlight excellence in animal law and policy scholarship and inspire deeper thought and discussion among scholarly peers. Catch up on our video library of presentations and panel discussions with prominent scholars from across North America.