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Your Animal Protection Career Can Change Their Lives.
Earn the World's Only Advanced Animal Law Degree for Lawyers.

Application Deadline:

May 19th, 2024

Semester Start Date:

August 12th, 2024

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World-Class Program

Learn from a world-class, one-of-a-kind program

Career-Focused Degree

Earn a degree that prepares you for a career in animal protection

Robust Alumni Network

Our alumni are on the front lines of breakthrough change

An Online Law Program For Innovative Lawyers

Animal Advocacy Needs You

Impact the future of animal advocacy with a Master’s in Animal Law. Our alumni have achieved incredible success at notable and renowned organizations committed to increasing animal protection. They have also founded their own new nonprofit organizations to further expand this important work.

“I look forward to learning from and working with the world-class academics throughout the Animal Law LLM program, and to ultimately produce meaningful contributions that actualise in improved protections for non-human animals around the globe.” — Jessica Tselepy

A Master's in Animal Law, Fully Online and Done in 18 Months

Earn an LLM in Animal Law fully online in as few as 18 months. The experience is accessible and flexible for students with professional or personal obligations. 100% asynchronous courses allow students to balance their schedule. We don’t make you choose between your future goals and your current reality.

Your Environment for Education

Lewis & Clark Law School is the leader in the field: Home to The Center for Animal Law Studies (CALS), the first legal journal devoted exclusively to animal law, the first student animal law organization, the world’s longest-running animal law conference, the world’s first Dean of Animal Law, and the world’s first advanced legal degree in Animal Law. For a world-class degree that puts animal advocacy first, choose a school that’s always breaking new ground.

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