AELA-Voiceless-Seminars-2014

PROTECTING OUR EVOLUTIONARY COMPANIONS - DO OUR LAWS MEASURE UP?

Exploring the intersections and differences between Earth jurisprudence, environmental law and animal law

AELA and Voiceless co-hosted a fascinating series of free half-day seminar with Voiceless in Sydney, Brisbane and Hobart.

The seminar series aimed to bring together academics, activists, legal  practitioners, students and regulators, to explore the diversity of laws and  legal frameworks aimed at protecting the animals that live with us on this amazing continent.  Each seminar provided three or four talks addressing Earth Jurisprudence, environmental law and animal law - and then provide time for discussion, to explore the challenges our legal system must face if we are to protect and nurture all animals within our community of life.

Please click on the links below for the flyers for each event

For a copy of the presentation given at each seminar by AELA’s National Convenor, Michelle Maloney, please click here.

SYDNEY – FRIDAY 2 MAY: 9am to 12pm, University of Sydney, The Law Lounge. 

Please click here for the flyer.

Sophie Riley's presentation

Celeste Black's presentation

Jemilah Callinan's presentation

HOBART – MONDAY 5 MAY: 9am to 12pm, University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay Campus. 

Please click here for the flyer.

Jess Feehly's presentation

BRISBANE –  MONDAY 12 MAY: 9am to 12pm, Griffith University Southbank Campus. 

Please click here for the flyer.

Steven White's presentation

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