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Careers in Animal Law

Careers in Animal Law
Product Code: 5110723
Author: Yolanda Eisenstein
Publication Date: September 2011
ISBN: 978-1-61632-961-7
Page Count: 160
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Sponsoring Entities: Law Practice Division, Law Student Division
Topics: General Practice, Law Practice Management, Law School, Law Students, Nonprofit Law, Reference
Format: Book - 5110723
Pricing: $54.95 (Regular)
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About Careers in Animal Law

One of the fastest growing legal disciplines, animal law is concerned with protecting and improving the lives of animals through city ordinances, state and federal laws, international treaties, and cases that impact animals. Over 100 law schools in the U.S. now offer animal law courses, and more lawyers than ever before are looking to start animal law firms or incorporate animal cases into their practices. The first book of its kind, Careers in Animal Law will help you:

  • Gain an overview of the field from a practicing animal lawyer and professor of animal law
  • Forge a successful animal law career with firms of all types and sizes, government agencies, major corporations, or nonprofit organizations
  • Strike out on your own as a solo practitioner of animal law
  • Learn career tips from a series of animal-lawyer profiles
  • Understand evolving trends in legislation, litigation, and academia that will change the face of animal law in the decades to come

Law students interested in animal law, seasoned attorneys seeking a new direction, or any lawyer interested in building a satisfying career will benefit from reading Careers in Animal Law.
Praise for Careers in Animal Law

"Finally there is a place to go to answer the question that every law student and lawyer who cares about animals has been asking--how do I use my law degree to help animals? Combining profiles of lawyers from all areas of animal law practice with insightful, practical advice, Eisenstein lays out everything you need to know to start the practice, find the job, locate the clients, identify the issues, and, of course, help the animals. A much needed resource."--Mariann Sullivan, lecturer-in-law in Animal Law at Columbia University School of Law and adjunct professor of Animal Law at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and Brooklyn Law School

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