The Animal Law Committee will provide education, updates and analysis of relevant issues, and holds regular meetings to discuss the changes and new directions in animal law. The Committee will maintain a website and blog, offer CLE and public service programs, and monitor, study and make recommendations on legislation as appropriate as it relates to animals in the law. It shall also serve as a reference point to facilitate cooperation with government agencies, non-governmental humane societies, rescue organizations, animal clubs, breeders of animals, and other entities and persons involved in legal issues affecting animals.
Get Wild About Animal Laws In SC - Feb. 23, 2021
The seminar addressed a variety of issues encompassing animal law, including updating topics covered in previous seminars. Speakers reviewed in detail the differences and access entitlements afforded to service, emotional support, and therapy animals, including an analysis of a law signed in 2019 criminalizing the misrepresentation of a service animal in South Carolina, discussed first responder and citizen liability for aiding animals in crisis, provided an in-depth look at newly signed laws in South Carolina and other bills that could affect animals in our state, and gave a brief, broad overview of animal rights in statutory and common law. Pictures from the course are below.
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