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Animal Law: Books

Focus: Current sources to assist students in the BLS Animal Law course

Finding Books: Tips

  • To find books in BLS Library: search SARA catalog.  BLS researchers who plan to work off campus and do not live in a BLS residence: implement the BLS proxy server instructions for 1 web browser, then close/reopen that browser.  This will allow you to access BLS ebooks off campus.  (If you successfully implement the BLS proxy instructions, a prompt will appear requesting your BLS username/password.) 
    • Need help implementing the BLS proxy instructions?  Contact:
    • Tip re. EBC ebooks in BLS Library's SARA catalog: First-time use of the EBC ebook platform requires BLS patrons to click: Create Account.  Subsequent use of an EBC ebook: a BLS patron will need to enter the patron's username (format: & password.
  • BLS Library tries to provide multiple-user access to ebooks.  But sometimes vendors do not offer this purchase option or the option is expensive. 
  • To identify resources in many other libraries: search WorldCat
  • To place interlibrary loan requests for books, book chapters, articles, reports and other material: Click tab: ILL in SARA catalog and enter your BLS user name & password. 

Overviews & Guides on Animal Law & Animal Law Research in BLS Library's Reserve Collection



Related Free Recorded Webinar: Global Animal Law Research

Several authors of chapters participated in the American Society of International Law's free online program: Global Animal Law Research on Mar. 9, 2023.  Program panelistsdiscussed: "the legal framework for companion animals in a global context, the protection of animals in areas of armed conflict, marine mammal protection in the United States, and legal rights for animals in India."  Click here for a description/link to the recording.



Available Recent Books on Animal Law, Animal Rights & Animal Welfare


Tip: Hart Publishing also provides an Online Resource for Animal Rights Law by Fasel and Butler.  The authors provide supplementary chapter references for in-depth research and plan to provide updates on new cases and legislation after Jan. 2023 (their book's publication date).

Dr. Stucki wrote the book above while working as a Visiting Scholar in the Animal Law & Policy Program, Harvard Law School.  Below is a link to a brief article about this book posted at the website of the Brooks McCormick Jr. Animal Law & Policy Program, Harvard Law School: