Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Bruce Wagman, "The Many Species of Animal Law"

Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

Sponsored by the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund.  For questions, contact Erin Maupin:  emaupin@asu.edu.

with special guest Bruce Wagman 

When: 12:15 pm, Wednesday April 7th ~ please arrive at 12:00 pm.
Where: Great Hall ~ Armstrong Hall 116.  In the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law<http://law.asu.edu/> at:

Bruce Wagman focuses his practice on animal law litigation, consultation and education.  He has brought and tried multiple state and federal cases involving a wide range of animal law issues, including animal hoarding, cruelty, exotic animals in entertainment, biomedical "research", farmed animals, complex animal injury cases, dog bites, animal ownership, veterinary malpractice and pet custody. 

Bruce has a nationwide practice and represents many animal protection groups, as well as individual clients.  He is the author of the first casebook used in law schools on the subject (Animal Law).  He also is the chief outside litigation counsel of the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF), and in that role oversees and devises ALDF's nationwide animal protection litigation program.   

Wagman’s Biography: http://www.schiffhardin.com/BruceAWagman.htm

A delicious and gourmet vegan lunch will be served. Please arrive at 12:00pm. CLE credit available.


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