Workshop on Animals in Comparative Constitutional LawThursday, February 18, 2016
On February 18, 2016, HLS’ Animal Law & Policy Program and ILSP will hold a workshop on the intersection of animals, religion, and constitutional law. Presentations will address constitutional theory, institutional design, and case studies grounded in the constitutional experiences of particular jurisdictions or regions. Participants will also discuss topics that involve issues of religious law, such as the relevance of the halal and kosher debates to constitutional developments regarding animals (e.g., in Europe), and the religious dimensions of the constitutional protections for animals (e.g., in India).
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