Volume 2




Volume 2

The Latest Edition on Current Animal Law Topics


 

INTRODUCTION

 Joshua Friedman and Gary Norman

FOREWORD

 Kelly Cooper

Articles

 Human Hybrids and Chimeras: Exploring the Implications of Biobanks and Pluripotent Cells with Regard to Species Integrity and National Security
Barbara J. Gislason

Damages in Dog-Bite and Other Animal-Related Litigation
Joan Schaffner

Zoos As Prisons: The Role of Law and the Case for Abolition
Kathryn M. Campbell


A Public Policy Argument for Mediation of Pet Custody Disputes
Kirsten M. Koepsel

Notes

 David S. Farve “Best Student Note” and Mary Anne Norman Fellow

Four-Legged Tenants: Encouraging Pet-Friendly Housing While Protecting Landlords from Liability
 Laurel Palluzi

Real or Fake: Animals Can Make a Difference in Child Abuse Proceedings
 Noreal Weems

Resource Management Lessons from the Eastern Oyster
 Benjamin Groff

Editorials


All Dollars and No Sense: Critique of Dr. David Pimentel’s Estimated Economic Impact of Domestic Cat Predation
 Laurie D. Goldstein

Improving Farm Animal Welfare and Promoting Education: Combating the Introduced Ag-Gag Law in Pennsylvania
 Sarah Rouse

Recap of the Fourth Annual Maryland State Bar Association Animal Law Symposium
 Sarah Rouse

Humane Education—Stirring American Civics and Attitudes on Animals
 Gary C. Norman

Volume 1

Volume 1

Inaugural Edition on Current Animal Law Topics
 
Link to Electronic Copy of Volume 1 

 INTRODUCTION

Joshua Friedman and Gary Norman 

  FOREWORD

Nathan Horne 

 ARTICLES

Rat Fishing and the Disparate Treatment of Pest Animals

Nicole Brown
Everything Old is New Again: Reselling Vintage Fur Items Made From Endangered Species
 
Abigail Salisbury 

 NOTES

David S. Farve "Best Student Note" 
 
Toros, Steers, Ropes, Capes and Cowboy Boots:
The Inhumane Nature of Bullfighting and Rodeos

Jared Kaplan
 Miniature Horses in Suburbia
 
Stacey Kight 
Transgenic Animals: Ethical Concerns Regarding
Their Creation, Research and Treatment

Muriel Tinkler

 EDITORIAL

 Animals are not Property and Should Be Legally Reclassified

Catherine Wolfe