Katherine Meyer ‘76 recently accepted a position as Director of Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Clinic which was launched in August. Animal Protection is a fast growing area of public interest law, with almost 160 law schools adding Animal Law courses to their course catalog since 2000.
Meyer is one of the most experienced animal protection litigator’s in the country. Through her work at her firm, Meyer Glitzenstein & Eubanks, Meyer has a strong record of training many other leading attorneys practicing animal protection. “I am thrilled to become part of the team that is launching the new Animal Law & Policy Clinic at Harvard, and very much look forward to mentoring and working with HLS students to advance the very important cause of fighting for non-human animal rights, protection, and conservation,” Meyer said. To read more about the launch of this new program and Meyer’s role click here.