Law: Lunchtime Animal Law Career Talk with Amy Wilson

October 14

12:15pm - 1:00pm

VIRTUAL LOCATION

Audience: Alumni,  Current Student,  Current Student - Cloned

Join the Animal Law Program for a lunchtime career discussion with Amy Wilson! These lunchtime discussions are for students who are interested in pursuing a career in animal law and would like more information or guidance on real-world opportunities. During this discussion, Amy Wilson will share with students both her current work in the animal law field along with how she got to where she is today, and she will offer any advice to interested students.

Register in advance for this talk here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the talk.

About Amy:

Amy is currently a fellow at UCLA. She was previously the Aquatic Animal Law Initiative Fellow at Lewis & Clark where she focused on regulation and legal protection for aquatic animals and assisted with the Animal Law Clinic. Amy is the first South African attorney to graduate with a Master’s degree in Animal Law (Lewis & Clark Law School ’18). Amy has ten years of legal experience and is passionate about the study and attainment of animal, human, and nature rights.

Additionally, Amy is co-founder and director of the first organization dedicated to animal law in South Africa - Animal Law Reform South Africa. She is a trustee of the Humane Education Trust (HET) and co-founder of the Coalition of African Animal Welfare Organizations (CAAWO), as well as Lawyers for Animal Protection in Africa (LAPA).