Lecturers’ Workshop


The Law Lecturer’s Workshop is part of our Centre’s teaching outreach mission which aims at giving interested Law lecturers the tools to teach an Animal Rights Law course at their home university. In the Workshop, we will be sharing all the course materials from the Cambridge Animal Rights Law course, we will be discussing strategies of how to put together an Animal Rights Law syllabus, we will be looking at what readings to include, as well as at how to get students involved beyond class participation.

Call for applications for the Law Lecturers' Workshop 2020


The Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law is inviting up to four Law lecturers from European universities to Cambridge for a 3-5 days workshop on how to offer an Animal Rights Law course, to be held in Cambridge on mutually agreeable dates in early 2020. Travel to Cambridge and accommodation costs in Cambridge will be covered by the Centre.

The Law Lecturer’s Workshop is part of our Centre’s teaching outreach mission which aims at giving interested Law lecturers the tools to teach an Animal Rights Law course at their home university. In the Workshop, we will be sharing all the course materials from the Cambridge Animal Rights Law course, we will be discussing strategies of how to put together an Animal Rights Law syllabus, we will be looking at what readings to include, as well as at how to get students involved beyond class participation.

The Workshop is open to full-time Law lecturers at a European university which is committed to offering an Animal Rights Law course on a credit-basis or non-credit basis to students within the next 1-2 academic years.

To apply, please send your CV, a statement of interest (max. 500 words), and a letter from your home university about the proposed course, to Dr Sean Butler, Director of the Cambridge Centre for Animal Rights Law (scb46@cam.ac.uk). The deadline for applications is 20 November 2019. The Centre’s Executive Director, Dr Raffael Fasel (rnf22@cam.ac.uk) will be happy to respond to questions.

You can also download the call as a PDF file.