FIRST-EVER ANIMAL LAW TRAINING FOR LAW PROFESSORS, SCHOLARS, AND ACADEMICS IN NORDIC COUNTRIES
”Animal Law Teaching and Pedagogy for Academics in Nordic Countries”
When: 20-23 May 2019
Where: Åbo Akademi University School of Law, Gezeliuksenkatu 2, 20500 Turku, Finland
Hosted By: Åbo Akademi University School of Law, Turku, Finland, and the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon USA
Details: Please join animal law experts from around the EU and the USA for a four-day intensive training for law professors, scholars and academics in the Nordic countries interested in teaching animal law. This training will be highly interactive, and participants will have the opportunity to learn about a number of specialized the following animal law subjects, including the following:
■ History of animal law in Europe and the US
■ Defining “animal” and “animal law,” and why these definitions are important for teaching the subject
■ Teaching Animal Law within the context of other traditional law subjects such as criminal law, environmental law, and constitutional law
■ Animal Law principles and statutes specific to Nordic countries
■ The intersection between Animal Law and the Natural Sciences
■ Examining the various pedagogical ways in which to teach Animal Law effectively.
Participation at the course does not require any previous knowledge or teaching experience in Animal Law.
Space is limited. To register and for more information, please go to https://shop.abo.fi/p/872-animal-law-teaching-and-pedagogy-for-academics-in-nordic-countries/