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Wildlife Law Program Staff

Legal Internship Opportunities: Summer 2014. Read more here.


 

 

The Director of the Wildlife Law Program is Michael Harris.  For 18 years he has worked as an environmental law attorney, much of the time working directly on litigation to protect wildlife and natural ecosystems.  Michael received a B.A. in Environmental and Political Studies from Pitzer College in Claremont, California, a M.S.L. from Vermont Law School, and a J.D. from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California-Berkeley, where he was an Executive Editor for the Ecology Law Quarterly. Before coming to Friends of Animals, Michael was an Associate Professor at the University of Denver, where he directed the school’s Environmental Law Clinic. 

 

 

Jennifer Barnes is an associate attorney in the Wildlife Law Program.  She graduated from University of Denver Sturm College of Law in May 2013 with Certificate in Environmental and Natural Resource Law.  Jennifer has lived in Michigan, Utah, Oregon, and Colorado. She loves spending times outdoors and went to law school because she believes all people and species deserve the right to be heard in our legal system. She is thrilled to be working with Friends of Animal and to promote the respectful view of non-human animals.

 

 

 

 

Current Legal Interns:

Amy Maas, University of Denver College of Law

Past Legal Interns:

Liz Rasheed, NYU Law

Aejung Yoon, University of Washington Law

Joann Kinsey, University of Denver College of Law

Aubyn Royall, University of Denver College of Law

Erica Zeiler, University of Denver College of Law

Kelly Shaw, University of Colorado School of Law

Kristen Pariser, University of Denver College of Law

 

 

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