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"Whose Wildlife is it Anyway?"
by Jolene Marion, Esq.

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In 1987, Jolene Marion, Esq. wrote “Whose Wildlife is it Anyway?” for the Pace Environmental Law Review (PELR). She explained that there were no scholarly articles to which she could refer when she argued in court for wildlife protection – so she wrote her own.

For more, visit PELR Digital Commons Site http://www.law.pace.edu/pelr AND http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/pelr/vol4/iss2/3/.

Jolene was one of the first attorneys to practice animal rights law, and she began and taught a course in animal rights law at Pace Law School until her passing in 1994. The course was later taken over by Suzan Porto, Esq. who held animal rights conferences at Pace that drew close to 1,000 people every year. In 2003, David Cassuto, Esq. began teaching the animal rights law course at Pace.

C.A.S.H. has obtained permission to put this wonderful article online for all to use. It can be quite helpful to attorneys and activists who are taking the legal route to win cases for wildlife protection.

Click here to view printable PDF version

 
 

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