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  1. Whose Wildlife Is It Anyway ? How New York' s Fish and Game Statutes, Regulations, and Policies Endanger the Environment and Have Disenfranchised the Majority of the Electorate

    Contributor(s):: Jolene R. Marion

    Consistently, courts in the United States have held that the sovereign states hold wildlife in trust for the benefit of all the people. The legislatures, responding to a public concern that uncontrolled hunting was threatening the survival of indigenous species, invoked the states' police...

  2. Two Endangered Species in the Adirondacks in the Context of Constitutional "Wilderness"

    Contributor(s):: Michael A Dibrizzi

    Our society has developed with a distinct homocentric view toward the natural world and all of its inhabitants. Wildlife has mostly been regarded as the exclusive chattel of man to dispense with at his discretion. This attitude has led to the extinction of some species and near extinction of many...

  3. Laboratory Animal Act: A Legislative Proposal

    Contributor(s):: David Favre

    In one recent experiment, mongrel dogs were anesthetized after which thirty-five percent of their body was burned to the third degree by the application of a two hundred degree centigrade hot plate to their skin.' In 1983, researchers at the New Jersey Medical School...

  4. Felony Animal Cruelty Laws in New York

    Contributor(s):: Stephen Iannacone

    In 1997, Chester Williamson committed an act of murder. He approached Buster, soaked him in kerosene, lit a match, then proceeded to burn Buster alive. Chester’s punishment for these heinous acts was not jail, but he was sentenced to three years of probation.Chester was prosecuted in the...

  5. Whales: Their Emerging Right to Life

    Contributor(s):: Anthony D\'Amato, Sudhir K. Chopra

    We have contended in this article that the evolution of the opinio juris of nations has encompassed five, and perhaps six, inexorable qualitative stages: free resource, regulation, conservation, protection, preservation and entitlement. We have argued that assigning whales an entitlement to life...

  6. Judicial Recognition of the Interest of Animals - A New Tort

    Contributor(s):: David Favre

    This article seeks to explore a simple but profound question: how should our legal system deal with the claims of animals for protection against harms inflicted by humans? Rather than a focus on pain and suffering or the cognitive abilities of animals, this article will use the...

  7. To Clone or not to Clone: A Look at Why Cloning Fluffy and Fido Might not be in the Best Interests of Society and May Inevitably Pave the Way for Human Cloning

    Contributor(s):: Penelope Tsernoglou

    Dolly was the first. Others soon followed: goats, pigs, and mice to name a few. Recently the world has witnessed the first birth of a cloned companion animal, CC the cat. This is a huge step in making cloning more acceptable within American society because humans relate far more to...

  8. Integrating Animal Interest Into Our Legal System

    Contributor(s):: David Favre

    In the summer of 1990, the first March for the Animals in Washington, D.C. ("March") took place. The first of its kind national event attracted thousands of people interested in animal issues. The March was from the back of the White House to the steps of the Capitol Building. As we...

  9. Pet Custody: Distorting Language and the Law

    Contributor(s):: John Dewitt Gregory

    Pets or companion animals are the property of those who own them. In this article, I shall show that pets that are the subject of disputes between divorcing spouses or separating unmarried couples should continue to be characterized as property under a rational legal system. Proposals in the law...

  10. Nov 16 2015

    Animal Law and Environmental Law: Exploring the Connections and Synergies

    Environmental law, with its intricate layers of international, federal, state, and local laws, is more established than its animal counterpart. Yet, animal law faces many of the same legal and...

    https://habricentral.org/events/details/413

  11. Nov 13 2015

    International Law and Wildlife Well-being- Moving from Theory to Action

    A joint workshop sponsored by the American Society of International Law (the International Wildlife Law Forum under the International Environmental Law Interest Group) and the Animal Law Section of...

    https://habricentral.org/events/details/412

  12. Katz and Dogs: Canine Sniff Inspections and the Fourth Amendment

    Contributor(s):: H. Paul Honsinger

    The canine nose, used by school officials and law enforcement officers to detect the presence of contraband on persons or in closed containers such as suitcases, lockers, and cars is becoming an increasingly frequent intruder in the lives of Americans.' Judicial analysis of...

  13. The status and evolution of laws and policies regulating privately owned tigers in the United States

    Contributor(s):: Philip J. Nyhus, Michael Ambrogi, Caitlin Dufraine, Alan Shoemaker, Ronald L. Tilson

  14. Challenging food governance models: analyzing the food citizen and the emerging food constitutionalism from an EU perspective

    Contributor(s):: San-Epifanio, L. E.

    Critical analyses of current food systems underline the need to respond to important challenges in questions of nutritional health, environmental sustainability, socio-economic development and protection of the cultural wealth. A wide range of perspectives and methodologies were used to carry out...

  15. Cuttlefish in captivity: an investigation into housing and husbandry for improving welfare

    Contributor(s):: Tonkins, B. M., Tyers, A. M., Cooke, G. M.

    The European cuttlefish ( Sepia officinalis) is often kept in public aquaria, is becoming more common in aquaculture, and is also the most frequently used cephalopod in European research. Since 1st January 2013, all cephalopods ( Mollusca) have been protected under UK/EU law (A(SP)A 1986,...

  16. Review article: ethical issues of mammoth proportions? reviving and re-engineering the extinct

    Contributor(s):: O'Sullivan, M.

    This book is a fascinating exploration of ethical issues in the restoration of extinct species, viewed from multidisciplinary perspectives. It does not, however, include law. Scientific possibilities and experimentation that appear to operate outside of the ethical sphere are explored in detail...

  17. The economics of the right to keep a dog: a case study of a private housing complex in Hong Kong

    Contributor(s):: Yau, Yung, Chiu, ShukMan

    Dog guardianship has gained popularity in many cities as a result of animal domestication. In spite of its benefits, dog guardianship in high-density urban housing creates certain problems, including increased health risks. Conflicts between different interested parties over the right to keep...

  18. Animal cruelty law in the United States: A comparative analysis

    Contributor(s):: Dockery, Opal

  19. Dog Fights

    Contributor(s):: Taylor, Kelley R.

  20. Governing pets and their humans: Dogs and Companion Animals in New South Wales, 1966-98

    Contributor(s):: Borthwick, Fiona