Animal Justice UK e-Magazine
Animal Justice UK provides a forum for sharing information about events and campaigns at universities, courses, academic initiatives, book reviews, media and topical issues. The publication also features articles and guides about animal welfare law, politics and ethics. You can download all past editions of Animal Justice UK below.
WHAT IS ANIMAL JUSTICE UK?
Animal Justice UK is a publication which aims to be a valuable resource for students and academics who are studying, researching or teaching within the areas of law, politics, veterinary science and other related disciplines.
Animal Justice UK acts as a forum for information sharing and features articles and interviews relevant to animal welfare law, politics and ethics. We welcome contributions from students, academics and practitioners. You can download all past editions, and sign up to receive future editions, below.
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Issue 5 Summer 2018
Along with the latest news and reviews, in this edition we launch our brand new feature, 'AJUK Investigates', which intends to highlight areas of animal protection law that are controversial, problematic or silent. We are grateful to Charlotte Hughes, who has contributed our very first 'AJUK Investigates' piece on badger baiting. Leicester University law lecturer, Dr Joe Wills, discusses the highly topical subject of animal sentience, and asks what the concept means for the killing of non-human animals. Riley Forson highlights the plight of the African Elephant in 'Animal of the Issue'. Student Manager, Edie Bowles, interviews Professor Donald Broom, who many of you will know is one of the world's leading animal welfare experts. Tiffany Mitchell makes the case for affording lobsters and other crustaceans legal protection, and we introduce you to our newest A-law Ambassadors and our latest University Group at Liverpool John Moores University.
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