Dear ALDF Law Student List:
This year at the Annual Animal Law Conference for the first time we will be giving out a Student Animal Legal Defense Fund Chapter of the Year Award. The award will celebrate a chapter that has shown excellence in its efforts to advance the field of animal law and animal advocacy through innovative projects and initiatives both on and off campus.
To be considered for this award, each SALDF chapter must describe how, during academic year 2012-2013, it met one or more of the following criteria.
1. Demonstrate how the Chapter raised animal law awareness to other law students, the law school, and/or the broader campus community;
2. Describe one or more pioneering projects or initiatives the Chapter spearheaded that advanced the field of animal law or otherwise directly benefited animals;
3. Describe any other activity the Chapter believes demonstrated exceptional dedication to the field that either advanced animal law or otherwise directly benefited animals.
Submissions must be 250 words or less, and be received no later than 5 pm (PST) on Sunday, September 15th. Please email your submission to Lindsay Kadish at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A committee comprised of representatives from Animal Law Conference co-hosts Animal Legal Defense Fund, the Center for Animal Law Studies, and the Lewis & Clark Law School SALDF will review submissions and select a winner. The Lewis & Clark Law School SALDF is prohibited from being considered for this award.
Nicole R. Pallotta, Ph.D.
Animal Law Program
Animal Legal Defense Fund
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