Journal of Animal & Environmental Law News
The Journal of Animal and Environmental Law is pleased to announce the publication of Issue One of Volume 5.
The issue features two articles and one student authored note.
The Raft of Medusa: Why Clean Up is Not the Answer to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
By: Kristin W.E.M. De Han
Good Things Come to Those Who Wait: Cites and the Move Toward Legalizing the International Trade in Ivory
By: Megan Foley
Emphasizing the Link: Kentucky Needs to Enact Cross-Reporting Statutes to Combat All Forms of Abuse.
By: Sierra Elizabeth Ashby
Thanks to all JAEL members for their hard work throughout the semester, as well as faculty advisors Professor Cross and Abrams, who helped make publication possible!
The deadline to apply for the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law is THIS THURSDAY. Membership on the journal 1) gives you academic credit, 2) allows you to complete your writing requirement, 3) gives you the possiblity of being published, 4) looks great on a resume, 5) allows you the unique opportunity to become an Associate Editor during your 2L year!
The application is available on TWEN. Please contact Derek Miles with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law are now posted on TWEN. In order to download the application, add the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law as a course. The deadline to apply is Thursday, May 30 at 6 PM. Please see the application for additional instructions on how to apply.
Beginning with the 2013-14 school year JAEL is offering Associate Editor positions to first-year members. JAEL also allows students to get class credit and fulfills the writing requirement.