Published September 01, 2011 10:01
An article by THINKK researchers Ms Keely Boom and Dr Dror Ben-Ami, called 'Shooting our wildlife: An analysis of the law and its animal welfare outcomes for kangaroos and wallabies' has been published in the latest edition of the Australian Animal Protection Law Journal (AAPLJ).
The AAPLJ is Australia's first peer-reviewed animal protection law journal. The journal features articles by leading members of Australia's animal law community.
Access the article here (courtesy of the AAPLJ): Boom, K., and Ben-Ami, D., (2011) 'Shooting our wildlife: An analysis of the law and its animal welfare outcomes for kangaroos and wallabies' 5 Australian Animal Protection Law Journal 44.
Read an article in Lawyers Weekly about the AAPLJ here.
For more information on this and future editions of the AALPJ, email John Mancy.