PETA Foundation Lawyer Talks Orcas at Penn State Law

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Posted March 27, 2012 by Amelia Banzi

Objection! Order in the court! Students at Penn State Law say it’s high time to inject some compassion for animals into our legal system.

The school’s student chapter of the Animal Legal Defense Fund, along with the Penn State Vegetarian Club, recently put on a fantastic campus event with general counsel to PETA Jeff Kerr.

Students were eager to hear the details of PETA’s case against SeaWorld, a historic lawsuit in which we asked a federal court to declare that five wild-caught orcas forced to perform at SeaWorld are being held as slaves in violation of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. The animal rights movement is picking up pace!

Interested in hosting a PETA or PETA Foundation speaker on your campus? Be sure to get your student group groove on and get in touch with us at [email protected].



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