This Review analyzes and synopsizes What Can Animal Law Learn from Environmental Law?, edited by Professor Randall S. Abate. The book is a compilation of writings by numerous professionals in the fields of animal and environmental law. This Review introduces the background of the book and those sections most relevant to animal law. The book is divided into four distinct units, and this Review addresses each in turn: (1) Introductory Context, (2) U.S. Law Contexts, (3) International and Comparative Law Contexts, and (4) Vision for the Future. This Review ends by illustrating how academic settings can benefit from the use of Professor Abate’s book, especially in both law and policy courses.
Rachel Lamb & Tara Zuardo,
What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law?,
Animal L. Rev.
Available at: https://lawcommons.lclark.edu/alr/vol23/iss1/7