Animal Law Review

Dating back to 1994, Animal Law Review is the nation’s oldest law journal devoted entirely to the discussion of legal issues relating to animals. Now with national recognition, Animal Law Review delves into cutting-edge issues of animal law and facilitates development of the field. A special thank you to the Animal Legal Defense Fund for its support of the Animal Law Review.

The area of animal law is a broad and burgeoning field, touching upon a host of other areas of law including property law, contract law, intellectual property law, criminal law, torts, and administrative law, just to name a few. Animal legal issues include topics such as endangered species protection, regulating animals used in agriculture, animal testing, issues facing companion animals, and animal cloning. Animal Law Review is dedicated to providing a balanced, scholarly forum for discussing these and other animal-related legal issues.

Cover of Animal Law Review Volume 29, Issue 2, 2023


Editor in Chief
Lydia Dexter
Managing Editors
Glenda Valdez
Miranda Groh
Submissions Editors
Ali Paige
Betsy Randolph
Symposium Editor
Emily Torres
Associate Editors
Akela Baldwin
Jose Garcia-Fuerte
Joy Doane
Brooke Eide
Justin Gabel
Caitlin Dols
Melissa Baines Keipper
Carrie Reed