Full Title Name:  Animal Law and Animal Rights on the Move in Sweden

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Helena Striwing Place of Publication:  Animal Law Review at Lewis & Clark Law School Publish Year:  2001 Primary Citation:  8 Animal L. 93 (2001)
Summary:

Ms. Striwing, an attorney at law in Sweden, provides a glimpse into Swedish laws and practices affecting animals in that country. She discusses the development and characteristics of such laws and offers suggestions regarding implementation and enforcement that may also be utilized by other countries in their quests to afford animals greater legal protections. This essay will refrain from the classical approach of highlighting the philosophers and their views on animals and nature. It will instead delve into the court system of Sweden, and the laws and policies affecting animals in that country. The purpose of the essay is to highlight the developments, strengths, and weaknesses of Swedish animal law, in the hopes of giving guidance and inspiration to other societies in their quest for effective investigation, enforcement, prosecution, and punishment of animal crimes.

Documents:  lralvol8_p093.pdf
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