20th Annual Animal Law, Enforcement, and Shelter Symposium

20th Annual Animal Law, Enforcement, and Shelter Symposium

You don’t want to miss this very important symposium related to animal cruelty, dog fighting,  police officer safety in dog encounters, domestic violence, animal cruelty, help for rescues and non-profits, dog trainers and behaviorist courses,  diseases reporting/rabies, public safety, dangerous dogs search and seizures of animals,  and much more.

This symposium is targeted for prosecutors, judges, law enforcement, animal control officers, elected officials, veterinarians, animal shelter professionals, animal rescue/foster, special victims organizations and advocates (including domestic violence, child and elderly abuse), animal welfare folks and the public.

Registration is now open at: http://animallawsource.org/events-webinars/.

What: The Animal Law, Enforcement, and Shelter Symposium Oct. 3 & 4th 2018

Schedule of Events

Where:  State Bar of Georgia, 104 Marietta Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303, 404-527-8700 Conference Center – 6th Floor


Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Thursday, October 4, 2018, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm   

Registration, Hotel, Parking, Wifi:

Register at https://animallawsource.regfox.com/animal-law-symposium-fall-2018  or go to www.Animallawsource.org and choose the “Events” tab for details.  Onsite registration between 8:00 AM – 8:30 AM is available if symposium is not sold out.

Hotel rates are offered for attendees of ALS Symposium and the rate link and code is provided on registration.

Covered parking is available for a fee at the conference center. Conference level is the 6th floor of parking deck.  Wifi is available in the conference center.

Fee, Scholarships Cost Varies per Profession/Public/Student. Limited scholarships available.

Food:  Registration includes a continental breakfast and lunch.

Co-Sponsors include  Prosecuting attorney Council of Georgia, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, the  National  Sheriff’s Association and more.

Continuing Education: CLE (Attorney) LEAP (Vets/vet techs) , POST (Police), NACA (Animal Control Officers),  IAABC & CCPDT (animal behaviorist/trainers), CEU (general), Certificate of Course Completion (Any attendee)

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Free scholarships may still be available for law enforcement  and animal control. Attached  is the robust agenda offering courses to your members targeted for their profession. Many of the courses are taught by professionals within your field.

As you may know, some of these professionals do not receive any training in this area. Feedback from our previous attendees is extremely positive with requests to provide more training and more often. The mission of this symposium is to unite judges, prosecutors, attorneys, law enforcement, animal control officers, veterinarians, vet techs, domestic violence professionals, special victim’s specialist, shelter/rescue/foster professionals, animal behaviorist, dog trainers, teachers, students and the public for success in these cases.

Please helped us get the word out to your contacts about this unique opportunity for training on Georgia state laws and best practices!