This course introduces the law relating to non-human animals, with an emphasis on the relationship between law and the ethics of animal welfare. You will critically examine prevailing regulation of the treatment of non-human animals in a range of settings. The course will address international developments in animal welfare law, and you will have the opportunity to explore the different ways in which lawyers engage with animal law. Prerequisite: Students must have completed a minimum of 80 credit points towards their degree program.
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