Animal Law Section
The Animal Law Section of the Idaho State Bar promotes the education, training and networking of animal law practitioners. The section meets at 12:00 p.m. noon (MT) on the second Monday of the month at The Law Center, 525 W. Jefferson Street in Boise. Participation via telephone conference is also available.
Heather Anne Cunningham
Adam Phillip Karp
Shannon Marie Clark
At Large Council Members
Sunrise Adele Ayers
Frederick William Freeman
Wade Franklin Hyder
Linda Louise Blackwelder Pall
If you are interested in joining the Animal Law Section, complete the Section Registration Form and return with payment to Dayna Ferrero at the Idaho State Bar, PO Box 895, Boise, Idaho 83701. Membership dues are as follows:
2014 Standard Membership Dues: $25
Attorneys Admitted to ISB Less Than 3 Years: $10
Law Students: $10
To view the section's by-laws, select: Animal Law Section By-Laws
The Animal Law Section meets at 12:00 p.m. noon (MT) on the second Monday of the month at The Law Center, 525 W. Jefferson Street in Boise. Participation via telephone conference is also available. Dates for upcoming meetings are listed below.
To participate in the next scheduled meeting, you may RSVP at least 24-hours in advance, via email to Dayna Ferrero - please specify if you will be attending in person or via telephone conference. A meeting agenda and/or any additional materials (if available) will be provided to all participants via email prior to the meeting and posted online for reference. NOTE: Section meeting dates/location are subject to change.
Service Animals under the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
10:00-11:30 a.m. (PST) / 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (MST)
$45.00 - Online Webinar
November 18, 2013
Linda Pall - Review of U.S. v. Park
August 12, 2013
Matt Hands - Pets Best Insurance
June 10, 2013
Dr. Scott Leibsle DVM, DABVP - Animal Care Investigations
April 8, 2013
Adam P. Karp - Animals and the Law of 1983
March 11, 2013
Idaho Brand Board's Role in Animal ID Health & Care
February 11, 2013
Adam P. Karp - Getting Emotional: An Exploration of National Caselaw Trends in Pursuit of Non-Economic Damages in Animal Injury & Death Cases
The Animal Law Section of the Idaho State Bar presents information on this web site as a service to our members and others who provide legal services to or are interested in the field of animal law. Our goal is to provide information, education and networking in this complex area of the law.
While we strive to be accurate and timely, and therefore hope to be a valuable resource to users of this site, nothing contained herein should be construed as legal advice and we make no warranty or guarantee concerning the accuracy or reliability of the content at this site or the other sites to which we link.