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Animal Law Matters
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Episode 10 – International animal law with Jessica Tselepy

K R Animal Law 18 September 2021

Topics discussed include: International animal law. World Federation for Animals (see wfa.org). The various international law instruments (e.g. Conventions, resolutions and declarations). Jessica’s research on the legal value of different international instruments and how they could be used to advance and protect animal interests. Jessica recently wrote a paper on …continue

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Episode 9 – Practising as an animal lawyer with Tara Ward from the Animal Defenders Office

K R Animal Law 5 September 2021

Topics covered include: The establishment of the Animal Defenders Office (ADO). Establishing a Community Legal Centre accredited with the National Association of Community Legal Centres. What it is like to practice as an animal lawyer in a Community Legal Centre. Examples of cases that Tara has worked on. Challenges and …continue

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Episode 7 – Chris Delforce from the Farm Transparency Project – Animal rights activism and challenging 'ag-gag' laws

K R Animal Law 30 July 2021

Topics covered in this episode include: The Farm Transparency Project Animal rights activism The documentary ‘Dominion’ ‘Ag-gag’ laws The High Court challenge to the NSW Surveillance Devices Act 2007 Amending animal cruelty laws Utilising your skills to help animals

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Episode 6 – Animal welfare regulation with Leo Bromberg

K R Animal Law 22 July 2021

Topics covered in this episode include: How the law regulates animal welfare; Whether the suffering of animals can ever be considered ‘necessary’; The Australian Animal Welfare Standards; Model Codes of Practice or Codes of Cruelty?; Evaluating animal agricultural standards and guidelines; The Co-optation of PETA’s ‘Naming and Shaming’ Campaign Against …continue