Since 1976, when genetic material from one species was first introduced into another, animal bioengineering has been a controversial topic. Lawyers and scientists from across the country came together to explore and discuss the evolution and development of laws relating to the use of animals in bioengineering.
Presented by the ABA Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) Committees on Animal Law; Intellectual Property Law; Media, Privacy, and Defamation Law; the ABA Section of Science and Technology,Law, ABA Special Committee on Bioethics and the Law and Duke University School of Law.
Conference title: Animals and Bioengineering: A Consideration of Law, Ethics, and Science
Panel title: Ethical Issues in the Use of Animals
Appearing: Bernard Rollin (Colorado State University), Margaret Riley (University of Virginia Law School), speakers
Recorded on November 10, 2007