Standing for animals with notes on animal rights ucla

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Unformatted text preview: als: recognizing violence against nonhuman victims UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII LAW REVIEW, v. 23, n. 1, p. 307-39 (2000) Posner, Richard A. Animal rights THE YALE LAW JOURNAL, v. 110, n .3, p. 527-41 (2000) Rosa, Jennifer S. Chapters 118 and 208 of the laws of 1999: the New York Legislature develops a pseudo animal rights agenda ST. JOHN'S LAW REVIEW, v. 74, n. 1, p. 287-301 (2000) Sunstein, Cass R. Standing for animals (with notes on animal rights) UCLA LAW REVIEW, v. 47, n. 5, p. 1333-68 (2000) Nowicki, Carole Lynn The Animal Welfare Act: All Bark and No Bite [Note] SETON HALL LEGISLATIVE JOURNAL, vol. 23, p. 443 (1999) Burt, Marianna J. Laws & Paws: the Legal Path to Justice for Animals ANIMAL GUARDIAN, Summer, p. 11 (1999) Also available at: http://www.ddal.org/Publications/Guardian/laws.html Kelch, Thomas G. Toward A Non-Property Status of Animals NEW YORK UNIVERSITY ENVIRONMENTAL LAW JOURNAL, vol. 6. p. 531 (1998) The author, an Associate Professor of Law at the Whittier Law School, writes “This Article will demonstrate that, under the traditional methodology for modification of the common law, all of the factors suggestive of a need for change in the status of animals as property presently exist. Thus, it is an appropriate time for the judiciary to take an evolutionary step in the development of the common law and remove animals from their status as mere property. “...
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