Aiding and Abetting: The Legal Realities of Animals in the Service of People (On Demand)

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SUMMARY
This program provides a comprehensive exploration of current laws and guiding principles on the use of assistance animals for people.
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Service animals are increasingly present in the public sphere. This program provides a comprehensive exploration of current laws and guiding principles on the use of assistance animals for people, including types of animals that may be used, what constitutes legitimate use, restrictions and protections applicable to certain disabilities, and penalties that attach to the impairment of uses. Examine federal and state statutes and regulations regarding assistance animals. Review modern case law on working, shopping, riding, and living with animal assistants. Learn about public policies, economic concerns, and political realities involved in protecting those who need assistance animals.

Presented by:
• Geordie Duckler, The Animal Law Practice, Tigard

2.75 Access to Justice credits
ID 44469, 11/09/2017
Complete by 11/09/2020 for Oregon credit

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