Join the Queen’s Animal Justice Club as we have doctoral candidate Jessica Eisen discuss contemporary Canadian dairy practices, the laws that protect (and sometimes fail to protect) animal welfare, and the many ways that law shapes the lives of farmed animals.
This event will take place on November 20th at 4:30pm in Room 202 at Queen’s Faculty of Law.
Jessica Eisen is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School and a Visiting Researcher at Osgoode Hall Law School’s Institute for Feminist Legal Studies. Her research interests include comparative constitutional and equality law, feminist legal theory, animal law, and food law and policy. Her work has been published in the Journal of Law and Equality, the Animal Law Review, Transnational Legal Theory, the Canadian Journal of Poverty Law, Queen’s Law Journal, the Michigan Journal of Law Reform (forthcoming) and the International Journal of Constitutional Law (forthcoming).