NABR Webinar: Animal Law and the Animal Research Community
Register Now for April 23rd Webinar:
Animal Law and the Animal Research Community
Join us, on Tuesday April 23, 2019, when Jerrold Tannenbaum Professor Emeritus of Veterinary and Animal Ethics and Law, School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California Davis will discuss “Animal Law and the Animal Research Community.”
He will discuss what the research community needs to know and do to address one of the most important threats to animal research: the recent emergence of the new field of animal law. Professor Tannebaum will discuss how animal law has become a central tool of animal activists in opposing animal research. He will also look at the significance of a development in activist legal theory that has thus far been ignored by many in the research community. He will emphasize that it is essential for supporters of animal research to understand how animal activists are attempting to use the law to achieve their aims, and to think seriously about what the research community should do.
REGISTER NOW! – DON’T DELAY!
*This webinar is a complimentary service for NABR member institutions. Unlimited numbers of interested participants from member institutions may register free of charge. Interested participants from non-member institutions must be pre-approved and will be charged an access fee of $379/person. All major credit cards accepted.
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