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A Carolina POV on the Animal Law Conference

2L Uttara Kale was in Portland last month at the 19th Annual Animal Law Conference at Lewis & Clark. This year, the conference’s theme was Standing Up for Animals: Can a Bad Economy Inspire Greater Goodness? Topics explored included: the nuts and bolts of building an animal cruelty case; using a law degree to help sanctuaries and shelters; wolf protection and exotic animal issues; and ethical issues surrounding animal-based cultural traditions.

Uttara shares her thoughts and experiences with SALDF, including about her favorite panel on Exotic Animals, her thoughts on Portland, and why she would recommend the conference to fellow UNC law students.


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