The 2015 Animal Law Lecture Series is an opportunity to hear from leaders in animal law and policy from across the country. Our speakers will share their knowledge of the philosophy of property law, habeas corpus and the prospects for reform in the way nonhuman animals are treated in Australia and overseas.



Meg Good is a PhD Candidate and sessional lecturer at the University of Tasmania, Faculty of Law.

She holds a combined arts/law degree with first class honours in law, and is currently working towards completion of her PhD thesis in environmental law. She is the Tasmanian Co-ordinator of the Barristers Animal Welfare Panel, a Member of the Editorial Advisory Panel for the Australian Animal Protection Law Journal, and has recently been asked to take on a position with the Animal Law Institute in Victoria.

Her work on animal and environmental issues has been widely recognised and she is the recipient of the National Environmental Law Association National Essay Prize and the Southern Cross Young Achiever Award for Leadership and Innovation.

Meg will present at the University of Tasmania on Friday 8 May examining the arguments both for and against changing the legal status of animals in Australia.

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