2022-23 Speakers Series
Professor Lori Gruen and Professor Justin Marceau discussed their recent volume, Carceral Logics, with Reginald Dwayne Betts (YLS ‘16), Michael Braham, and LEAP Faculty Co-Director Doug Kysar, highlighting the problems with advocating for incarceration as a means of redressing harms to animals.
In this panel, moderated by LEAP Faculty Co-Director Jon Lovvorn, three attorneys who filed amicus briefs in the Supreme Court case National Pork Producers Council v. Ross--Amy Chyao, Rucha A. Desai, and Brian Frazelle (YLS ‘10)--explored the far-reaching consequences the case just two days after oral arguments.
Professor Delcianna Winders and Professor Elan Abrell spoke with LEAP Senior Litigation Fellow Daina Bray about a rights-centered One Health for slaughterhouse regulation.
Professor Jeff Sebo spoke with LEAP Postgraduate Fellow Laurie Sellars about the parallels between humans' use of nonhuman animals and artificial intelligences and the ethical and legal issues arising from the development of potentially conscious artificial minds.
Neuroscientist Lori Marino spoke with LEAP Postgraduate Fellow Laurie Sellars about the foundational role of the science of other animals in legal efforts to protect them.