Second Conference on Animal Law, Ethics and Policy
Liverpool John Moores University, School of Law in collaboration with the UK Centre for Animal Law.
The conference will take place on 10-11 September 2019.
- To bring to together leading animal law academics, practitioners in the field of animal welfare and research students to share ideas and develop networks in this fast developing area of law
- To examine the interface of law, ethics and the developing academic discipline Animal Law in the UK and elsewhere
- To explore how ethics affect the practical implementation of policy and law in practice
- To share good practice in the teaching and scholarship of Animal Law and Ethics including experience in setting up and running such courses
- To explore the animal welfare implications of Brexit
Following the success of last year’s conference, this year the conference will be split between a section devoted to important policy and developmental updates in the area of animals, ethics and law (such as Brexit), and a section devoted to papers from those conducting new research in the area.
There will be keynote papers delivered by leading practitioners in the field.
A programme will be circulated when the process of invitation and peer review of papers is complete.