SAPP is a pilot project for the 2023-24 academic year. SAPP partners with the nonprofit Animal Partisan to conduct legal research that the organization uses to examine prospective avenues for litigation in defense of animals. Volunteers will gain exposure to a diverse array of issues, laws, and policies affecting animal welfare.
Commitment Required of Members:
Students interested in the project will be producing research memos on an assigned area of animal rights law or policy. Students will be assigned one research memo per quarter. Students may dedicate anywhere between 1 to 3 hours/week to this work and may manage their time independently. Student leaders will check in periodically and assist students if necessary.
Open Membership Spots: All Interested Participants Welcome for Pilot Year
Adv. Degree Student Participation: Permitted
Winter Start: Permitted, But Fall Start Preferred
Project Leaders: Carmen Santiago