A-law’s Student Group has released its latest edition of Animal Justice UK, and as you will see, the eMagazine has a new look to tie in with A-law’s rebrand.
In this edition, barrister and A-law Chairperson, Paula Sparks, discusses A-law’s relaunch and plans for 2018. Tiffany Mitchell writes about our animal of the issue, the chicken, revealing the species has complex communication skills and a high level of intelligence. Kelly Levenda writes about the need to give greater consideration to the welfare of fish used for consumption.
Anna Bushell provides a thorough overview of legislation affected zoos in the UK. Marian Hussenbux reviews Bees-at-Law by Noël Sweeney. Sally Shera-Jones updates us on the latest Student Group developments and launches our A-law Student Ambassador initiative. Edie Bowles interviews professor of Animal Law and founding member of the ALDF, David Favre. In this edition, we also launch our 2018 annual essay competition and feature all of the latest news.
If you would like to submit an article or other contribution for a future edition of Animal Justice UK, please email Grace Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the latest issue of Animal Justice UK, here.