Animal Law CLE Enters Fourth Year

For the fourth year in a row, Bowen will serve as host for the Practical Animal Law continuing legal education program. Registration from the event, which will be held April 13, will benefit the Humane Society of Pulaski County and the Central Arkansas Rescue Effort for Animals (CARE).

“Whether advising clients on ways to assure that their dependent friends are taken care of adequately in the event of their own death or disability, or addressing issues of legal liability, or any of dozens of developing subjects, the lawyer faces many challenges in this area,” said Professor Emeritus Morell Mullins. “Our program offers cost-effective, quality
continuing legal education to the bar.”

Attorneys can receive six hours CLE credit, including one hour ethics credit. The day-long CLE program will cost $75 for attorneys and $60 for non-attorneys or attorneys who are not seeking CLE credit.

To register, download this form, fill it out and return it to the address listed.

The Humane Society of Pulaski County is a local, non-profit organization that depends on donations and operates a ‚Äúno-kill‚ÄĚ shelter dedicated to the care and adoption of homeless, abused, and abandoned animals. CARE is another local nonprofit rescue and spay-neuter organization. It operates programs which include rescue, fostering, and adoption of animals, as well as providing clinics and grants to assist pet owners in sterilizing their pets.

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