Exploring the Link Between Animal Law and Food Law 24-27.8
A four-day intensive experience exploring the link between animal law and food law, which is particularly relevant given recent events involving global environmental and health issues. Animal law continues to grow rapidly around the world as a significant legal speciality, and given its interdisciplinary nature, we see more law professors and scholars incorporate animal law principles into their teaching of traditional areas of law such as constitutional law, administrative law, environmental law and criminal law. The course is arranged jointly by Åbo Akademi University and the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School.
This second annual animal law training course will have a limited number of participants to allow for a fully immersive and interactive experience where information can be shared freely in a collaborative academic environment.
Dates: 24-27 August, 2020
Place: Åbo Akademi University, School of Law, Gezeliuksenkatu 2, 20500 Turku, Finland
250€ per participant (limited to 25 participants). The participation fee includes lunch, afternoon refreshments and a one-day farm excursion
100€ virtual participation via Zoom (limited to 5 participants)