|We hope you are well as we navigate our way through the final months of 2023. We’ve had an exciting fall semester so far, and we’re delighted to share some key highlights with you.
The Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS) has numerous achievements to celebrate. This includes the success of our 31st annual Animal Law Conference, the launch of the world’s first animal law doctoral program, the array of diverse courses our students are engaged with this semester, and the impressive recent accomplishments of our alumni, faculty and staff. We’re also delighted to share that the application window for the 2024-25 academic year is now open for both in-person and online study, with robust scholarship opportunities available, including LLM Fellowship opportunities provided through the generosity of the Brooks Institute for Animal Rights Law & Policy.
As always, we are grateful to each one of you for your commitment to recognizing and supporting the vital role that the law and education play in advancing animal protection around the world.
For the animals,
Pamela D. Byce
Assistant Dean and Executive Director
Center for Animal Law Studies