A growing number of Americans are taking an interest in whether or not animals can be represented in court. Two attorneys talk about the precedent for such cases and what issues are being brought to the courtrooms formerly reserved for hashing out the laws that govern human society.


  • Eric Glizenstein Attorney specializing in animal welfare and wildlife protection
  • William Horn Attorney specializing in wildlife and resources law


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