Lewis and Clark offers world’s first advanced animal law degree

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Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland has long been at the forefront of animal law with its internationally renowned Center for Animal Law Studies and Animal Law Clinic, which help organizations and attorneys working in animal protection, legislation, and policy.  Now the college is the first to offer animal law students the ability to obtain an L.L.M. degree.  “The new L.L.M. degree marks another historic milestone in the evolution of animal law,” says Pamela Frasch, assistant dean of the Animal Law Program.  “With the new L.L.M., our graduates will be poised to become leading legal educators and advocates in the field.”  Learn more at Law.LClark.edu.