International Animal Law Summit (Atlanta, GA)

Credit: Animal Law Source

Thursday and Friday, October 25 & 26, 2018 from 8 am to 5 pm

A collaborative, cross-jurisdictional, animal law educational experience

Hosted by Animal Law Source and Animal Law Section State Bar of Georgia.  Follow Animal Law Source on Facebook

We are honored and excited to host the 4th Annual International Animal Law Summit in Atlanta, Georgia.  The Summit provides for a true collaborative, cross-jurisdictional, up-to-date animal law educational experience. Summit is open to anyone interested in learning about the latest topics involving animals. Register below, we have a terrific program and reception planned.

Continuing education credits offered for all professionals. Scholarships available.

Registration is Now Open. Register Today!  New! A LIVE Online webinar is available please see registration for more details.

State Bar of Georgia
104 Marietta Street NW,
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
404-527-8700
Conference Center – 6th Floor

4th Annual International Animal Law Summit

About

  • The 2019 Animal Law Symposium will be back again next year, at the State Bar of Georgia Conference Center.
  • The conference provides a legal track and a shelter track, highlighting the importance of collaboration of agencies for success in investigating and prosecuting animal cruelty cases in Georgia.
  • Our goal is to provide information and training as well as tools and insight to encourage and inspire professionals in the legal and shelter industry.
  • Event Details

Conference Will Feature

  • Continuing Education Credits
  • Informative workshops for members of the legal, enforcement & nonprofit shelter operations
  • Georgia specific training
  • Industry practice standards
  • Informative seminar presentations
  • Keynote speakers
  • Networking opportunities
  • View Agenda

Who Should Attend

  • Prosecutors and Victim Advocates
  • Judges/Law Clerks
  • Law Enforcement Officers and K9 Officers
  • Animal Control Officers
  • Department of Agriculture Inspectors
  • Veterinarians/Vet Techs
  • Civil Attorneys
  • Experts in Animal Law
  • Shelter Directors and Staff
  • Adoption Personnel
  • Dog Trainers and Behaviorists
  • Rescues and Fosters
  • Students
  • Members of the public interested in learning more about animal law and shelters 
  • Why Attend