JOURNALS, BOOKS AND LAW REVIEWS OF INTEREST
of Animal Law
The journal is produced by the students of Michigan State University
College of Law to explore the legal and public policy issues surrounding
animals at all levels of government. The website provides links to
laws and cases by state or by topic, pleadings and briefs, comments and
opinions, and articles.
Journal of Animal Law and Ethics
An independent journal published by the University of Pennsylvania Law
School. JALE seeks to provide a scholarly forum for
cross-disciplinary engagement of issues of animal law and
ethics—issues that encompass several areas of law (such as
criminal law, health law, family law, torts, and property) while also
intersecting with non-legal disciplines (such as philosophy, veterinary
medicine, history, and religious studies).
International Wildlife Law & Policy
The journal covers legal issues concerning humans and their
interrelationship with and management of wildlife species, their
habitats, and the biosphere including analysis of treaties, judicial
decisions, and other related information.
Research Day Europe France
The journal, entitled ANIMAL - International Journal of Animal
Bioscience, is a merger of the BSAS' Animal Science and INRA's Animal
Research is published monthly. It will covers areas including
agriculture, biomedicine and the environment.
Journal of Animal Law and Policy The Journal of Animal
Law & Policy was founded in August 2007 to provide a high-quality,
widely accessible forum for the publication and discussion of animal law
scholarship. SJALP is by design an online-only journal.
Lewis & Clark Law School Animal Law
Review A student-run law review at Lewis & Clark
Law School in Portland, Oregon. The reviews objective is to educate
readers about all sides of current animal-related legal issues.
Cleveland-Marshall College of
Law – Animal Law Research Guide
Santa Clara Law – Guide to Animal
Journal of the WildCat
Conservation Legal Aid Society The Journal is the
official semi-annual publication of the WildCat Conservation Legal Aid
Society and provides a unique forum for professionals and scholars to
analyze and comment on the issues affecting wildcats around the world,
reflecting the perspectives of all disciplines including law, education,
medicine, science, philosophy, religion, humanities, social science, and
Legal Scholarship Network
(LSN) Sponsored Subject Matter eJournals - The Animal Law journal, sponsored
by the Syracuse University College of Law, provides a forum for posting
both completed works and works in progress on legal, policy, and
jurisprudential issues relating to animals.
Journal for Critical Animal
Studies - online
journal fostering academic study of critical animal issues in
National Association for Biochemical
Louisville – Journal of Animal and Environmental
Selected Books of Interest:
Achor, Amy Blount. Animal Rights –
A Beginner’s Guide: A Handbook of Issues, Organizations, Actions
& Resources. Yellow Springs, OH: Writeware, 1996.
Bean, Michael J. and Melanie Rowland. The Evolution of
National Wildlife Law. 3rd ed. Westport, CT: Praeger
Beck, Alan M. and Aaron H. Katcher. New Perspectives on
Our Lives with Companion Animals. Philadelphia: University of
Pennsylvania Press, 1983.
Beers, Diane. For the Prevention of
Cruelty: the History and Legacy of Animal Rights Activism in the United
States. Athens, OH: Swallow Press, 2006.
Bekoff, Marc (ed.). Encyclopedia of
Animal Rights and Animal Welfare. Westport, CT: Greenwood
Bryant, Taimie, Rebecca Huss, David Cassuto. Animal Law and the
Courts: A Reader.
Eagan, MN: West Group, 2008.
Favre, David (ed.). Federal Wildlife
Laws. Detroit, MI: Animal Legal and Historic Center, 2004.
Favre, David. Animal Law: Welfare,
Interests and Rights. Detroit, MI: Animal Legal and Historic
Favre, David. Animal Law: Welfa re,
Interest & Rights. New York, NY: Aspen Press,
Frasch, Pamela, Sonia Waisman, and Bruce
Wagman (eds.). Animal Law: Cases and
Materials. 3rd ed. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic
Friedman, Jennifer. Ontario
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act,
Annotated. Toronto ON: Claudia Sniffer Press,
A percentage of the profits of this book will
be donated directly to the Animal Legal Defense
Goble, Dale D., J. Michael Scott, Frank W. Davis (eds.). The Endangered
Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Promise (Volume
1). Washington, DC: Island Press, 2005.
Lewin, Julie E. Get Political for Animals and Win
the Laws They Need. Guilford, CT: National Institute
for Animal Advocacy, 2007.
McCoy, Henry D. II. American and
International Aquaculture Law. Peterstown, WV: Supranational
Publishing Company, 2000.
Randolph, Mary. Every Dog's Legal
Guide: A Must-Have Book for Your Owner. Berkeley, CA: Nolo
Regan, Tom. The
Case for Animal Rights. Berkeley, CA: University of California
Sankoff, Peter and Steven White (eds.). Animal Law
in Australasia. Australia: Federation Press,
Schaffner, Joan E. (ed.). The
Lawyer's Guide to Dangerous Dog Issues. Chicago, IL:
American Bar Association, 2009.
Schaffner, Joan E., Fershtman, Julie I. (eds.). Litigating Animal
Law Disputes: A Complete Guide for Lawyers. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 2009.
Scully, Matthew. Dominion: The Power
of Man, The Suffering of Animals, and the Call to Mercy. New
York: St. Martin’s Press, 2002.
Singer, Peter. Animal
Liberation. New York: Random House, 1975.
Sunstein, Cass and Martha Nussbaum (eds.). Animal Rights:
Current Debates and New Directions. Oxford University Press,
Wise, Steven. Drawing the Line:
Science and the Case for Animal Rights. Cambridge, MA: Perseus
Wise, Steven. Rattling the
Cage. Cambridge, MA: Perseus Books, 2000.
Wolfson, David. Beyond the Law:
Agribusiness and the Systemic Abuse of Animals Raised for Food or Food
Production. Watkins Glen, NY: Farm Sanctuary, 1999.