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Letting The Apes Run The Zoo: Using Tort Law To Provide Animals With A Legal Voice, Tania Rice May 2013

Letting The Apes Run The Zoo: Using Tort Law To Provide Animals With A Legal Voice, Tania Rice

Pepperdine Law Review

Science is increasingly showing us that animals have many cognitive similarities with humans. In addition to calls for changes in our animal protection statutes, members of the legal community have begun debating over whether animals, or a certain category of animals, should be granted legal rights. This approach has the potential for drastic societal ramifications. David S. Favre has proposed a tort action for animals as a compromise to the animal rights debate. This Comment explores the different approaches to seeking improved conditions for animals, and proposes an adjusted tort cause of action in response to criticisms of Favre's ...


Comanagement: Merging The Esa With Political Pressure To Create A Viable Alternative To Esa Listing, Stephanie Pacey Apr 2013

Comanagement: Merging The Esa With Political Pressure To Create A Viable Alternative To Esa Listing, Stephanie Pacey

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

No abstract provided.


The Implementation Of The Animal Damage Control Act: A Comment On Wildlife Services's Methods Of Predatory Animal Control, Tiffany Bacon Mar 2013

The Implementation Of The Animal Damage Control Act: A Comment On Wildlife Services's Methods Of Predatory Animal Control, Tiffany Bacon

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

No abstract provided.


Dying To Entertain Us Or Living To Educate Us? A Comprehensive Investigation Of Captive Killer Whales, Their Trainers, And How The Law Must Evolve To Meet Their Needs, Megan J. Rechberg Mar 2013

Dying To Entertain Us Or Living To Educate Us? A Comprehensive Investigation Of Captive Killer Whales, Their Trainers, And How The Law Must Evolve To Meet Their Needs, Megan J. Rechberg

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

No abstract provided.


How To Give The Dog A Home: Using Mediation To Solve Companion Animal Custody Disputes, Emily Franklin Feb 2013

How To Give The Dog A Home: Using Mediation To Solve Companion Animal Custody Disputes, Emily Franklin

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

The article presents information on the domestication of dogs with respect to the resolution of the custody disputes of the animals and the method of mediation for the solving the disputes of companion animals in the U.S. Companion animals are considered as the essential part of the family in the country. Information on the requirement of mediation with respect to the animal law and the family law of the U.S. is also presented.


Animal Law In California , William Mccarty Noall Jan 2013

Animal Law In California , William Mccarty Noall

Pepperdine Law Review

No abstract provided.


Antimony: The Use, Rights, And Regulation Of Laboratory Animals , Brenda L. Thomas Jan 2013

Antimony: The Use, Rights, And Regulation Of Laboratory Animals , Brenda L. Thomas

Pepperdine Law Review

No abstract provided.


Non-Economic Damages In Pet Litigation: The Serious Need To Preserve A Rational Rule, Victor E. Schwartz, Emily J. Laird Mar 2012

Non-Economic Damages In Pet Litigation: The Serious Need To Preserve A Rational Rule, Victor E. Schwartz, Emily J. Laird

Pepperdine Law Review

No abstract provided.


Why Context Matters: Defining Service Animals Under Federal Law, Rebecca J. Huss Feb 2012

Why Context Matters: Defining Service Animals Under Federal Law, Rebecca J. Huss

Pepperdine Law Review

This Article analyzes the differing definitions of service animals under federal law as interpreted by three separate agencies. The regulations and case law interpreting the issue under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Housing Act, and the Air Carrier Access Act illustrate the need for further clarification in order to ensure that individuals with disabilities are granted the full protection of the law.