ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeff SeboJeff Sebo is Clinical Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Affiliated Professor of Bioethics, Medical Ethics, Philosophy, and Law, Director of the Animal Studies M.A. Program, Director of the Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program, and Co-Director of the Wild Animal Welfare Program at New York University.
POSTS BY Jeff Sebo
21 Oktober 2022Jeff Sebo
Why a United States Supreme Court Case About Pig Farming Matters So MuchThe United States Supreme Court is currently considering a case that could have major implications for animal welfare, public health, the environment, and the balance between state and federal power. The case is called National Pork Producers Council v. Ross, and the Court heard oral arguments on October 11, 2022. The case concerns whether a state has the right to ban the sale of products made in ways that harm animals and public health. Continue reading >>
19 August 2022Andrew Stawasz, Jeff Sebo
Bridging Legal Longtermism and Animal LawDiscussions of animal law and legal longtermism often take place separately. That separation is misguided. Each field has much to gain from the other. In this post, we explain why animal law is important for legal longtermism. We then propose two general steps that legal longtermists can take to bridge these fields. Continue reading >>