Pet Law and Custody: Establishing a Worthy and Equitable Jurisprudence for the Evolving Family
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A unique and valuable contribution to legal jurisprudence, this book examines animal law in general, and the various aspects that particularly impacts pets and companion animals. Barbara Gislason explains relevant legal topics to understand how judges might approach a case, while also considering how cultural perspectives, cognitive biases, and points of view impact negotiations, alternative dispute resolutions, and decision-making processes.
A valuable contribution to legal jurisprudence, this book examines in detail the progression of law that affects animal law in general, and the various aspects that particularly impacts pets and companion animals. Unique, inspiring, and interesting, author Barbara Gislason clarifies how scientific knowledge about the cognitive abilities and emotional characteristics of other animals should lead to legal developments.
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