Student Animal Legal Defense Fund News
The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund presents Puppy Palooza! Join us on April 5th between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. at Patterson Park & Jefferson County Traditional Middle School, 1418 Morton Ave., Louisville, KY.
Puppy Palooza provides fun activities and games for people and dogs! Free Admission! Featuring: a best trick contest at 3:30 p.m., a fenced in dog area for off leash fun, informational tables from local businesses and animal organizations including the Kentucky Humane Society and the Animal Care Society, free t-shirt giveaways and prizes, and a silent auction from 2-3pm with items including: $200 Barkstown gift certificate for grooming & boarding, restaurant gift certificates, pet clothing and MORE!
A portion of proceeds will benefit the Animal Care Society.
The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law is proud to announce its newest Law Review, the Journal of Animal and Environmental Law (JAEL). JAEL is a natural extension of the increased interest and support of both Animal and Environmental Law at the Louis D.Brandeis School of Law. The new Journal will be a peer and student reviewed publication that will cater to academics and practitioners in these two growing fields of law. As such, JAEL will be an essential resource for judges, lawyers, teachers, and school administrators in Kentucky,across the country and around the world.
JAEL is proud to announce its founding Editorial Board:
Editors in Chief: Rexéna Napier & AlgeriaFord
Executive Editor: Brian Pollock
Symposium Editors: Noelle Rao & Ebert Haegele
Senior Articles Editor: Kelly Crouse
Senior Notes Editor: Molly Mattingly
Articles Editors: Lauren Bean, Justin Brewer, Victoria Steinbach, Benjamin Silver
Notes Editors: Forrest Kuhn, Kristin Bourland, Adam Watson
Managing Editor: Melissa McHendrix
Informational meetings will be held next week for anyone interested in joining this bold new Journal.
SALDF asks you to make a donation to help neglected animals. Clean Slate Animal Rescue, a private "shelter" in Adair County, was recently closed and its owner charged with 295 counts of animal cruelty. More than 300 animals were seized, including dogs, cats, chickens, goats, pigs, donkeys and a horse. The animals housed at the facility were extremely neglected and suffered from malnourishment, respiratory problems, mange, skin infections, parasites and various other illnesses. Unfortunately, several animals were dead by the time officials reached them, and dozens more could not be helped and were euthanized. The Humane Society of the United States has transported many of these animals to the Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society Shelter for treatment before being dispersed to shelters across the state for adoption. This massive rescue effort is in need of help. SALDF will be taking donations to help the shelters housing and treating these neglected animals. Donation bins will be in the Law School lobby all week for donated goods, and a table will be set up from 12 - 2 p.m on Tuesday, March 10th and Thursday, March 12th to collect cash donations. A list of items needed is included below. Thanks for all your help!
Items Needed: blankets,old towels, pet shampoo, paper towels, bleach, cedar shavings, and gloves.
For more information see: http://www.fox41.com/Global/story.asp?S=9907577
The Student Animal Legal Defense Fund would like to congratulate Mimi and Mason for being the most spirited pets! We would also like to thank Jane and President James Ramsey for submitting a photo of these very spirited dogs! Congratulations!