Practical Aspects of Animal Law Conference
- Your Law Practice and Animal Law
- Animal Cruelty Prosecutions
- The Human-Animal Bond
Date: Saturday, November 10, 2012
Time: 11 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Location: State Bar of Michigan, 306 Townsend St., Lansing, MI 48933
Registration: on or before November 7—$25, $15 for students; registration after November 7 and onsite—$35, $25 for students
Register: online or by mail/fax form
The State Bar of Michigan Animal Law Section invites all who work with animals or advocate for them to attend.
||Registration, Networking, and Light Buffet Lunch
||Welcome and Animal Law Section Update
Donald Garlit, Chair of the Animal Law Section
11:50 a.m.–12:35 p.m.
|Prosecuting Crimes Involving Animals
Raj Prasad, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office
||Giving Animals a Voice: Cases and Legal Issues in Animal Law
Richard Angelo, Law Offices of Richard C. Angelo, Jr.
||Break, Network, and Meet the Speakers
|The Human-Animal Bond
Judge David Jordon, Penni Elsesser, and Roscoe the dog from the Matt Brundage Ingham County Veterans Treatment Court
||Animal Abuse Registry Status
State Representative Harvey Santana and Renee Edmondson, Cooley Law School, Grand Rapids
||Litigating Animal Law Disputes
Julie Fershtman, Foster Swift Collins & Smith PC
||Wrap Up and Closing Remarks
2010 Animal Law Symposium Materials
Justice Marilyn Kelly and her dog Duff
Photo by Roberta Gubbins, Ingham County Legal News