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Unformatted text preview: Law: Three Perspectives ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 1-10 (2004) Regan, Tom The Day May Come: Legal Rights for Animals ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 11-24 (2004) Dillard, Carter False Advertising, Animals, and Ethical Consumption ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 25-62 (2004) Duckler, Geordie On Redefining the Boundaries of Animal Ownership: Burdens and Benefits of Evidencing Animals’ Personalities ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 63-86 (2004) Favre, David Integrating Animal Interests Into Our Legal System ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 87-98 (2004) Fouts, Roger S. Apes, Darwinian Continuity, and the Law ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 99-124 (2004) Nunalee, Mary Margaret McEachern, and G. Robert Weedon Modern Trends in Veterinary Malpractice: How Our Evolving Attitudes Toward NonHuman Animals Will Change Veterinary Medicine ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 125-162 (2004) Green, Christopher The Future of Veterinary Malpractice Liability in the Care of Companion Animals ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 163-250 (2004) Chilakamarri, Varu Taxpayer Standing: A Step Toward Animal-Centric Litigation ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p....
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