Denmark, Aarhus

Animal Law

when 2 July 2019 - 19 July 2019
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 10 EC
fee EUR 1243

What rights do societies afford to animals within their respective legal systems? This will be the main question dealt with during the summer course in Animal Law.

Animal Law is an emerging field of law that explores the legal protection of the social and biological needs of animals. Legislation that protects, impacts, regulates, and controls animals has been an integral part of the legal system since the very early days. However, the distinct field now known as “animal law” is a relatively new development. It brings together statutes and cases from multiple fields of law that consider, at their core, the interests of animals or the interests of humans with respect to animals.

The unique summer course in Animal Law takes place at one of Europe’s most renown universities in the charming student city of Aarhus, which offers the perfect mix of a small town charm and a cosmopolitan city. The course will give a comprehensive overview on the fundamental elements of the protection of animals in the legal system. After completion, participants will have a comprehension of how laws on animals work in this specific and novel material; i.e. how to acquire and apply critical knowledge for anyone interested in working as a lawyer or a consultant in the area.

Course leader

Sacha Lucassen

Target group

Master's level

Fee info

EUR 1243: Any student with a preapproval from a Danish Institution or a nomination from an International Partner: No Fee

EU/EEA students without a preapproval or nomination: 1243 EUR

NON-EU/EEA students without a preapproval or nomination: 1717 EUR

Books, course materials, social programme, and housing are not included in the fee.

Scholarships

No scholarships available