New Books

New Books

Randall S. Abate (editor), What Can Animal Law Learn From Environmental Law?  Environmental Law Institute (2015).

Deborah Cao, Animal Law in Australia Thomson Reuters Australia (2015).

Deborah Cao, Animals in China: Law and Society, Palgrave Macmillan (2015).

Deborah Cao and Steven White (Eds.), Animal Law and Welfare - International Perspectives, Springer (2016).

Carmen M. Cusack, Animals and Criminal Justice Transaction Publishers (2015).

David S. Favre, Respecting Animals: A Balanced Approach to Our Relationship with Pets, Food, and Wildlife, Prometheus Books (2018).

David Favre and T. Gimenez‐Candela (editors), Animals and the Law Tirant Lo Blanch (2015).

Marita Giménez-Candela, Transición animal en España (Animal Transition in Spain), the Editorial “Tirant lo Blanch” (Valencia), in collaboration with ICALP-UAB (2019).

Adam Karp, Understanding Animal Law, Carolina Academic Press (2016).

Visa A.J. Kurki and Tomasz Pietrzykowski (Eds.), Legal Personhood: Animals, Artificial Intelligence and the Unborn, Springer (2017).

Olivier Le Bot, Constitutional Animal Law, (2023).

Angus Nurse, Policing Wildlife Palgrave Macmillan (2015).

Peter Sankoff, Vaughan Black, and Katie Sykes (editors), Canadian Perspectives on Animals and the Law Irwin (2015).

Diane Rose-Solomon, What to Expect When Adopting a Dog, SOP3 Publishing (2016).

Steven C. Tauber, Navigating the Jungle - Law, Politics, and the Animal Advocacy Movement, Routledge (2016).

Hayden M. Wetzel, Mangy Curs and Stoned Horses: Animal control in the District of Columbia from the beginnings to about 1940 (2019)