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Animal Law Podcast #54: The Case of the Psychologically Unprotected Primates

Mariann Sullivan 28 November 2019 3

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I speak with Katherine Meyer, Director of the Animal Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard as well as a visiting assistant clinical professor of law at the university. She also brings along two students of hers, Brett Richey and Boanne Wassink, and the three of them speak to me about the very first case filed by the Animal Law and Policy Clinic. The case involves a petition for rulemaking filed with the USDA by their clients trying to get the agency to write rules interpreting the requirements in the Animal Welfare Act requiring psychological enrichment for primates. They also talk about the work that the Animal Law and Policy Clinic is doing and what she hopes to accomplish including the clinic’s work to improve the Animal Welfare Act.

Join Animal Law professor and longtime activist Mariann Sullivan as she unpacks the latest updates, cases, and news from the burgeoning world of animal law.

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Animal Law Podcast #53: A Meaty Constitutional Discussion

Mariann Sullivan 31 October 2019

I speak with Professor Sherry Colb of Cornell Law School along with one of her students, Jareb Gleckel about a recent article they have co-written about the ongoing, wide-ranging legislation that seeks to limit and in some case criminalize the …continue

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