Thursday and Friday, October 25 & 26, 2018 from 8 am to 5 pm
A collaborative, cross-jurisdictional, animal law educational experience
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
Conference Center – 6th Floor
4th Annual International Animal Law Summit
- 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
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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
- Members of the public interested in learning more about animal law and shelters
- Why Attend