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Edmonds, WA

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Cynthia Hodges, JD, LLM, MA provides transactional law services, including animal law/equine law. She has published articles about animal law and horse-training. She has also published a number of books, including translations. Please see below for more information.

Animal Law Articles

Detailed Discussion of State Emergency Planning Laws for Pets and Service Animals,” published on the Michigan State University College of Law, 2011

Detailed Discussion of State Animal ‘Terrorism’/Animal Enterprise Interference Laws,” published by the Michigan State University College of Law, 2011

Detailed Discussion of the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act,” published by the Michigan State University College of Law, 2010

A Survey of State Spay and Neuter Laws,” published by the Michigan State University College of Law, 2010

The Canadian Commercial Seal Hunt: In Search of International Legal Protection for Harp Seals,” published by the Michigan State University College of Law, 2009

That’s the Breaks: Trainer Responsibility for Racehorse Breakdowns in New York,” published on the Michigan State University College of Law, 2008

The Link: Cruelty to Animals and Violence Towards People,” published by Michigan State University College of Law, 2008; also on the Oregon State Bar Animal Law Section website here

Shifting Legal Views on Animals: Animals are More than Property,” published on the Oregon State Bar Animal Law Section website (2008) [original link]

Eastern Religious Philosophy and the Advancement of Animals’ Legal Interests,” published on the Oregon State Bar Animal Law Section website (2008) [original link]

Other

Books (including translations): Auriga Books.

Horse-training articles: Classical Dressage.


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