Animal Law and Policy Reform

Voiceless creates high-quality, free, Animal Law Education (ALE) resources for tertiary educators.

RESOURCES

In collaboration with the Bond University Centre for Professional Legal Education, Voiceless’s Animal Law Education (ALE) materials provide students and teachers with the information they need to understand and discuss animal law and policy reform in Australia.  

Students will learn about the concepts and processes involved in animal law and policy reform in Australia, and explore the challenges of achieving reform in this context. 

Encourage critical thinking, discussion and debate on the subject by downloading our free ALE resources below.  

  • Podcast 
  • Presentation 
  • Useful Resources 
  • Tutorial & Assessment Program 

PODCAST

Voiceless Animal Law Talk EPISODE 2 - Animal law and policy reform


This engaging and informative 40-minute educational podcast is suitable for first year to advanced law students. Students can listen in to hear from some of Australia’s foremost legal experts and animal advocates, discussing their experiences with trying to achieve animal law and policy reform in Australia.  

Interviewees: 

Access the transcript of the podcast here.  

PRESENTATION

This presentation provides an overview of the key concepts and processes of law reform in Australia, and explores the challenges and future opportunities for animal law reform.  

Prepared by animal law expert, Dr Alexandra McEwan (CQUniversity), with assistance from Dr Jed Goodfellow (Macquarie University), Prof Nick James (Bond University) & Dr Meg Good (Voiceless).  

This presentation can be accessed in a variety of formats:  

USEFUL RESOURCES

Access some of the most relevant and up-to-date literature and commentary on this topic, here.

TUTORIAL AND ASSESSMENT PROGRAM

If you are an animal law educator and would like to access a professionally developed Tutorial and Assessment Program on this topic for use in the tertiary classroom, please email: [email protected] 

Materials produced in collaboration with the Bond University Centre for Professional Legal Education