From ‘Colleges Gone Wild’ Files, the University of Connecticut is getting in on the growing market for pet welfare advocacy by training young attorneys in animal rights law.
With PETA and other radical organizations making inroads on American campuses, it makes perfect sense that white men are anathema but animals are to be valued above all.
The program at UCONN is being funded by Bob Barker…yes, THAT Bob Barker. And when it comes getting free money for pointless academic pursuits, the price is right.
So next time you leave your dog at home all day, think twice. In an America of the near future, you could be found guilty of ‘pet abandonment’.
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Should your pet ever need a lawyer, the University of Connecticut is ready to provide them one — sort of.
The University of Connecticut’s law school is preparing a swath of students for their new, furrier-than-normal clients by providing training in “animal law,” and allowing students to serve as advocates, so long as they can find a law professor to provide oversight in the courtroom.
UConn is one of only nine law schools in the country that have these types of programs, but according to a report from NPR, the field of animal law is growing, particularly because animal rights activists and charities are well-funded.
Bob Barker, the former host of The Price is Right has been spending his retirement working with law schools to create animal rights clinics – and he’s spending the money he earned as a game show host to bankroll those programs into the long term.
Harvard, Stanford and UCLA already have Barker-funded animal law programs. Northwestern University in Chicago and the University of Michigan have applied for grants from Barker’s foundation so that they can also open clinics.
In Connecticut, the animal law students who serve as animal advocates get valuable courtroom experience, at least, and they won’t have to worry too much about whether the client thinks their representation is adequate — their mostly dog and cat clients can’t speak English.