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Justice For All October 28, 2009

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ALS Poster - FinalI want to let all you Nashvegans out there know about this really cool opportunity to check out a great speaker.   Vanderbilt Law School’s Animal Law Society is bringing Jonathan Lovvorn, Vice President & Chief Counsel for Animal Protection Litigation and Research, from the Humane Society of the United States, to speak on campus on Thursday, October 29 (that’s tomorrow!).  This event is free and open to the public.  The event will take place at noon in the law school building, in Flynn Auditorium, and should last about an hour.

A nationally recognized expert in the field of animal law, Mr. Lovvorn has litigated extensively on behalf of animals, and manages the nation’s largest animal protection litigation program, with dozens of attorneys prosecuting more than 40 cases in state and federal courts around the country. He also oversees the Research & Analysis group at the Humane Society, which conducts major research projects in furtherance of the organization’s key campaigns and programs.  He gave a keynote presentation at the Animal Law Conference in Portland, OR, that I attended a few weeks ago, and I can tell you that he is a dynamic and fascinating speaker.

If you’re in the area and can make it to the talk, I highly recommend that you go.  Bring a friend.  I know I’ll be there.

Justice For All: An Introduction to Animal Law with Jonathan Lovvorn

Vanderbilt Law School, Flynn Auditorium, 12:00 – 1:00 PM

131 21st Avenue South

Nashville, TN 37203

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