Animal Law on Campus! Everything you need…

to learn more about animal law and how to get involved at your university or college.

Student opportunities

Students can get involved in A-LAW throughout their time at university by becoming a Student Ambassador or by starting a Student Chapter. Meet like-minded people, expand your network, improve your CV, and, most importantly, help animals along the way!

essay competition

Our Annual Student Essay Competition is the perfect way to put your animal law research and writing skills to the test! Enter and you could be in with a chance of winning one of our fantastic prizes as well as getting published in The UK Journal of Animal Law.

animal law moot

Join our mooting competition and discover what it’s really like to be a lawyer for animals. Explore interesting and complex animal law problems, whilst also getting the opportunity to advocate in front of leading judges and animal law experts.


Want to know more about animal law but unsure where to start? Use our helpful resources to navigate this fascinating subject. Find out what to read, watch and listen to, as well as where you can study animal law in the UK and beyond.


There’s lots happening in animal law and animal protection, and it can be difficult to keep up. Our Animal Law News pages will help you navigate the latest developments. You will also be able to enjoy analysis, opinions and interviews with animal law experts.


We host a range of animal law events each year, including our Bitesize Animal Law webinar series which is hosted by animal law experts and is all about the animal law basics. Visit our YouTube channel to watch these recordings and more. 


You can get involved in A-LAW’s student group, whether you become a Student Ambassador, form a Student Chapter or just want to support when projects arise, such as a research or administrative task. You can express your interest by filling in our Act for Animals form, below!

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Should pet theft be a specific offence?

Paula talks to John Cooper QC about the case for pet theft reform in episode #7 of our Talking Animal Law podcast.

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Enjoy a range of great benefits and become part of a network of like-minded individuals.

Act for animals at your uni

Find out how to become a Student Member and get active for animals at your university!

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