Animal Law Section

This section provides a forum for members to exchange ideas and to study and understand laws, regulations and case law pertaining to all areas of animal law; organizes periodic CLE seminars on various issues relating to animals and the law in order to educate members of the Connecticut Bar and the public about animal law and about different ways in which the legal system can work to protect animals; is a resource for people, organizations, and government agencies that wish to obtain information about the subject; creates and maintains a referral service for the public in order to be able to refer people with problems or concerns to attorneys who are prepared to handle such cases; and creates and maintains a brief and resources bank for use by attorneys practicing in the field.

Executive Committee

Annual Reports


Animal Law Section Seminars

Animal Legal & Historical Center of Michigan State University Detroit College of Law

Animal Legal Defense Fund

National Link Coalition

Center for the Expansion of Fundamental Rights

International Animal Law

Connecticut Law Tribune: CBA, Law School Bring Together Professionals To Explore Effects Of Animal Cruelty

Applications are now being accepted for the first-ever Animal Law LL.M. Program (Master of Laws) at Lewis & Clark Law School. Congratulations to the Center for Animal Law Studies on this exciting milestone.