Monthly Archives: August 2012

23 Aug 2012

Seminar – how to use the law effectively in animal welfare campaigning

On November 12th 2012 ALAW hosted its last seminar of the year. ALAW’s trustee, Alan Bates chaired the gathering of over 40. The seminar’s aim was to introduce animal welfare organisations to how the law can be effectively used in their campaigning work. At the moment very few organisations employ legal techniques to achieve their goals. This is mostly ascribable to the fear of costs but also due to a lack of knowledge as to how the law can be […]

16 Aug 2012

Herrmann v Germany hunting judgement finds for landowner

16 AUGUST 2012 The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that an obligation on a landowner to allow hunting on his property violated his human rights. Click here to read the Judgment (Herrmann v Germany (Application no. 9300/07) 26 June 2012)