Summary of text: This book provides commentary and analysis of the main issues in animal law, with a focus on how the field intersects with more mainstream practice areas, including family law, criminal law, wills and estates, environmental law, and professional liability. Canadian Animal Law is an engaging and accessible read that will appeal to a broad audience, from law students and lawyers, to animal rights activists and members of the general public. Drawing on her more than twenty years of experience in the animal law field – in both the courtroom and the classroom – Shroff provides commentary and analysis of the main issues in animal law, with a focus on how they intersect with other doctrinal areas. Her insightful examination of these topics is illustrated with interesting real-life examples, case studies and case law and an understanding of intersectional points of view. In addition, this unique book includes chapters dedicated to international animal law, wildlife law, and animals in research and science. See more here.