A Few Announcements from ALDF


ALDF Animal Law Institute Litigation Fellowship: This is a fantastic opportunity for recent graduates (J.D. earned within the last 3 years). Deadline is April 15, 2011, to apply for the Fellowship, which begins in June and will last roughly 27 months. Read more about the position here.

Development Officer Position Available with ALDF: Applicants must have at least three years’ fundraising experience and be committed to animal welfare and ALDF’s mission. Visit our website for the complete job description. This is a great opportunity for the right person!


SALDF Research Opportunity: ALDF is compiling a list of SALDF chapters interested in assisting us with legal research. If your chapter would like to be added to our database of potential volunteers, please email Nicole R. Pallotta. When a project comes open, we will contact your group to check availability.

Other Opportunities

Deadline for ALDF Advancement of Animal Law Scholarship: Submit your application materials soon! Everything (including letters of recommendation) must be received by our office no later than March 4, 2011. Visit our website for application instructions. Good luck!

SALDF Graduation Packets: It’s not too early to think about graduation! ALDF has a Graduation Packet available for SALDF members, which includes a graduation cord, lapel pin and complimentary one-year attorney membership in ALDF. To request these materials, a representative of your chapter should email Nicole R. Pallotta; please indicate how many graduating members your chapter has and the address to send the packet.


You are invited to the following animal law conferences:

Does the Law Consider Animal Suffering?
Ottawa, Ontario
May 20, 2011

2nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Animal Law Conference
Baltimore, MD
April 8, 2011

Please visit the ALDF website for more opportunities and upcoming animal law events. As always, thank you for everything you do for animals!

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