Monday, March 3, 2008

April 5th animal workshop at University of Florida

Mark your calendars for April 5th in Gainesville. Julie Lewin from the National Institute for Animal Advocacy will be giving a workshop at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. A copy of the flyer for the event is available here (pdf). The event is free, but be sure to check out the flyer for information on the time, location, and RSVP instructions. From the flyer:
Julie is our movement’s top expert on winning state, county, and local laws for animals and their aggressive enforcement. The University of Florida’s Animal Law Association invites all animal advocates to join us for this important event. We urge all groups to send two representatives—don’t let this opportunity pass by! Julie’s presentation/workshop will focus on how to win strong state and local laws and policies to protect animals—and their aggressive enforcement! We can become power players for animals at every level of government. Julie will tell us how! We are wasting our great potential power, and—tragically— suffering animals pay the price. We must lobby through political organizations, as every other issue group does.
Anyone and everyone who is passionate about animal issues will not want to miss this major event !

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