In association with Animal Law Week, you are invited to attend:
Practical Animal Rights: Linking Theory with Legal Advocacy
This presentation outlines some of the principal philosophies which underpin the arguments for legal recognition of rights for animals. It examines the way these philosophies are, and might be in future, adapted and implemented in legal practice and advocacy. The presentation highlights that an effective framework in which to link theory to practice can be found in an adaptation of John Rawls’ ideal and non-ideal theory, and suggests practical ways in which pragmatic law reform might be achieved in Australia within this framework.
Monday, 19 March 2018
5.30pm - 6pm light refreshments
6pm - 7pm Seminar
Case Study 1, Faculty of Law (4_3_37)
Campus Map (Best Parking: PG1 or PG2)
About the Speaker
Katrina is a barrister practising in Brisbane, primarily in the areas of wills and estates, general commercial litigation, and insurance. She holds degrees in Law (Hons) and Psychological Science, and is presently completing her PhD in law at the University of Queensland. Katrina is the Queensland Co-ordinator for the Barristers Animal Welfare Panel, and volunteer counsel for the Animal Law Institute.