Dogs In Court-land

Katie Barnett, legal counsel for the Lawrence Humane Society and founder of the Barnett Law Office LLC, will be at KU Law on March 26th. Mrs. Barnett is KU Law graduate who is an expert on canine profiling and anti-dogfighting laws; she also serves as executive director of the charity Game Dog Guardian. She will be speaking about her experience working in the field of animal law, as well as presenting a case study of a recent animal cruelty case she helped prosecute here in Lawrence. There will be also be discussion of other animal law related topics, including the local implementation of a TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) Program for free roaming cats. Snacks will be provided.
March 26, 2013
12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
Green Hall, 104
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