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Unformatted text preview: 251-282 (2004) Nattrass, Kate M. “…Und Die Tiere” Constitutional Protections for Germany’s Animals ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 283-312 (2004) Burstein, Devin Breed Specific Legislation: Unfair Prejudice and Ineffective Policy ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 313-362 (2004) Clermont, Emilie 2003 Legislative Review ANIMAL LAW, v. 10, p. 363-95 (2004) Perry, Nancy V. Ten Years of Animal Law at Lewis & Clark Law School ANIMAL LAW, v. 9, p. ix (2003) Chambers, Steve Ann, Dominique Castro, and Karla Wejberg, moderators The Evolving Legal Status of Chimpanzees ANIMAL LAW, v. 9, p. 1-96 (2003) Introduction: “On September 30, 2002, Harvard Law School hosted a legal symposium sponsored by the Chimpanzee Collaboratory’s Legal Committee. The symposium featured speakers with expertise on chimpanzees, as well as legal scholars and lawyers who discussed the possibility of obtaining legal rights for chimpanzees and other great apes. This symposium sought to advance the argument that chimpanzees are entitled to some deg...
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