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Litigating Animal Disputes: A Complete Guide for Lawyers (Introduction)

By Joan E. Schaffner (editor), Julie L. Fershtman (editor)

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This chapter introduces the topics discussed throughout the book and describes the development of the field of animal law. Most of the issues pertain to state law, and the introduction notes that the book provides sample documents that practitioners will find useful.

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Megan Kendall

Purdue University

Date 2009
Publication Title Litigating Animal Disputes: A Complete Guide for Lawyers
Pages 1-5
Publisher George Washington Law School
URL http://scholarship.law.gwu.edu/faculty_publications/1008/
Language English
Notes This book section was found at the George Washington Law School Scholarly Commons: http://scholarship.law.gwu.edu/
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  1. Animals in culture
  2. Animal welfare
  3. Pet ownership