Levin College of Law

Course Number: LAW 6930 Credits: 2

This course is appropriate for students interested in environmental, family, civil, and criminal practice, all through the perspective of the scope and limitations of laws that implicate animals and the people who care for them. Among other topics, it will explore the intersection of animal law and contractual rights, standing to sue on behalf of animals, housing rights, tort remedies and damages, pet custody disputes, and defense of animals under state and local criminal laws.