Recognising Animal Welfare in International Environmental Law
Key proposals to improve the status quo: declare the importance of protecting animal welfare in new ...
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Jessica works to improve protections of animal welfare in international law through her involvement in animal welfare organizations around the globe, and through her academic writing. She has worked on research projects for the Global Animal Law Association and the World Federation for Animals. She is a member of Animals Australia, and works with the RSPCA Queensland inspectorate team. Jessica has completed a Juris Doctor at Bond University with First Class Distinction, with a focus on international law, and has completed a Bachelor of Arts (International Relations/Psychology) at The University of Queensland. Jessica was a Top 10 Oralist at the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Competition 2019, which focused on international instruments such as the CBD and CITES, and has received two Diplomacy Awards at the Harvard World Model United Nations Conference.