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Mr. Karp has spoken at the following conferences and is available to address your group or organization:

1. Animal Cruelty Laws & Crime Scene Investigation, Animal Sanctuary 101, Pasado’s Safe Haven, Sultan, WA, September 2001

2. Fighting for the Rights of Animals in the Legal Arena, Compassion Conference 2002: Advocating for Animals & the Environment, Seattle, PAWS, NARN, HSUS, PETA, April 13, 2002

3. “How Much is that Puppy in the Window?: Valuation of Companion Animals”, Dog Days of June, Animal Law CLE, Pierce County Bar Association, Tacoma, June 22, 2002

4. “Protecting Washington’s Pets”,  Progressive Animal Welfare Society, Seattle, July 20, 2002

5. Bird Law (Landlord-Tenant, Warranty, Viciousness, Lost & Found), Northwest Exotic Bird Society, Seattle, WA, September 18, 2002

6. Issues of Enforcement in Animal Law, “The Role of Bar Committees in Enforcing Animal Laws: Organizing Attorneys”, Student Animal Legal Defense Fund 10th Annual Animal Law Conference, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, October 25, 2002

7. Liability and Damages Overview, German Shepherd Dog Club of Washington State, February 6, 2003

8. “How Much is that Injured or Deceased Puppy in the Window?”, Washington State Bar Association, Animal Law Section, All-Day Super CLE, May 7, 2003

9. “The Implications of Factory Farming on Environmental Law and Animal Law”, Seattle University School of Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, April 15, 2003

10. “Dog Bite Dog; Dog Bite Human”, Family Dog Training Center, WSBA Animal Law Section, August 1, 2003

11. Criminal Liability Pertaining to Poor Dog Guardianship, 10th Annual Association of Professional Dog Trainers,Orlando, Florida, September 12, 2003

12. Civil Liability Pertaining to Poor Dog Behavior, 10th Annual Association of Pet Dog Trainers, Orlando, Florida, September 14, 2003

13. Puppy Mills, Companion Geese, and Other Animal Oddities, Washington Women Lawyer’s Capitol Chapter, November Membership Meeting, Olympia, WA, November 13, 2003

14. Service Animal Access and Valuation, Assistance Dog Club of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA, November 22, 2003

15. Vegan Ethics, Emerald Education: The Ethics of Aspiration, Seattle, WA, December 12, 2003

16. Animal Law 101, Vanderbilt University School of Law, February 9, 2004, Nashville, TN

17. 42 U.S.C. 1983 Litigation/Police and Animal Control – Plaintiff’s Perspective, 2nd Annual Animal Law Conference, WSBA Animal Law Section, March 12, 2004

18. Animal Law and Ethics, 2nd Annual Animal Law Conference, WSBA Animal Law Section, March 12, 2004

19. Quarantining Sharks: Liability and Legal Update, National Animal Control Association, 2004 Conference, Daytona Beach, FL, May 18, 2004

20. Animal Law Workshop (Police Shooting Dogs; Issues with Animal Control; Valuation), Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association, Tacoma, WA, June 26, 2004

21. Animal Law Ethics & Police Shooting Dogs, Second Annual Animal Law Conference, Washington State Bar Association, Animal Law Section, All-Day Super CLE, Seattle, WA, March 2004

22. Discussing Noneconomic Damages, ALDF and Yale Law School: The Future of Animal Law, New Haven, CT, November 5-7, 2004

23. Implied Causes of Action and Civil Animal Cruelty, Meeting Standards of Care, WSBA-CLE and WSBA Animal Law Section, Spokane, WA, January 21, 2005

24. Custody Disputes, 5th Annual Animal Law Institute, State Bar of Texas Animal Law Section, Austin, TX, April 8, 2005

25. Developing Strands in Charlotte’s Web – the 2004-05 Animal Law Caselaw Update, 3rd Annual Animal Law Conference, WSBA Animal Law Section, Seattle, WA, April 14, 2005

26. DWI—Doggies Without Insurance: The Law’s Curious Treatment of Uninsured Nonhuman Animals, ABA TIPS Animal Law Committee Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, August 7, 2005

27. The Law’s Curious Treatment of Nonhuman Animals, Vermont Law School, February 20, 2006

28. Section Service, WSBA Leadership Institute, February 25, 2006, Seattle, Washington

29. Introduction to Animal Law, UW Young Alumni Association, Seattle, Washington, March 22, 2006

30. Animal Law, NALS of Washington, Spokane, Washington, April 8, 2006

31. Developing Strands in Charlotte’s Web, the 2005-2006 Caselaw Update, 4th Annual Animal Law Section CLE, Seattle, WA, April 21, 2006

32. Tort Law is Raining Cats and Dogs!, Hot Topics in Tort, WSTLA, Seattle, Washington, October 4, 2006

33. Defensive and Precedential Animal Lawyering & Animal Lawyering Panel, 14th Annual Animal Law Conference, National Center for Animal Law, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon, October 13-15, 2006

34. What’s New in Litigation and Legislation? New Tools for Animal Law Development; Making Gains through All Three Branches of Government, The Future of Animal Law, ALDF and Harvard Law School, April 1, 2007

35. Developing Strands in Charlotte’s Web, the 2006-2007 Caselaw Update, 5th Annual Animal Law Section CLE, WSBA-CLE, March 9, 2007

36. The Rules of Animal Evidence, 5th Annual Animal Law Section CLE,WSBA-CLE, Seattle, WA, March 9, 2007

37. When the Courtroom Meets the Operating Room – A Potpourri of Legal Considerations for Modern Veterinary Practice, Bellingham Animal Emergency Center, Bellingham, WA, April 15, 2007

38. What is the Intrinsic Value of an Animal in the Courtroom?, Animals and the Law, Georgia State Bar Association, Atlanta, GA, May 17, 2007

39. Damages in the Menu Foods Litigation and Other Civil Actions for Wrongful Animal Injury and Death, New Mexico State Bar Association, Animal Law 2007: Tort Claims, Class Action, Regulation, and Civil Rights, June 22, 2007

40. Shipwrecks, Strays, and Runaway Slaves – The Animal Rescuer’s Lien, State Bar of Texas Animal Law Section, 2007 Animal Law Institute, Austin, TX, June 8, 2007

41. Every Dog Should Have His Day – Doggie Due Process and Other Constitutional Challenges, State Bar of Texas Animal Law Section, 2007 Animal Law Institute, Austin, TX, June 8, 2007

42. Caselaw Update, Legal Aspects of the Pet Food Recall and Veterinary Malpractice, Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association, Pet Law Program in the Park (4th Annual), June 23, 2007

43. Veterinary Malpractice & Dogfighting in Bankruptcy, Animal Law Symposium, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, WA, Nov. 28, 2007

44. Animal Law Overview, Washington Court Reporters Association Spring Seminar, Green River Community College, Auburn, WA, April 19, 2008

45. Developing Strands in Charlotte’s Web, the 2007-2008 Caselaw Update, 6th Annual Animal Law Section CLE, WSBA-CLE, Seattle, WA, April 24, 2008

46. Indebted to Animals: When Nonhumans File for, and Fend Off, Bankruptcy, 6th Annual Animal Law Section CLE, WSBA-CLE, Seattle, WA, April 24, 2008

47. Using Your Law Degree to Help Grassroots Organizations and Activists, Animal Law: Working with the Grassroots, University of Washington School of Law, Washington Law School Foundation, Seattle, WA, May 16, 2008

48. Damages in Animal Cases, Voices for the Voiceless: The Basics of Animal Law, New Mexico State Bar Association, Albuquerque, NM, Oct. 16, 2008

49. Questions & Answers Regarding Current Washington Animal Cruelty Law, Animal Law: Animal Cruelty: Why Shields and Not Swords?, University of Washington School of Law, Washington Law School Foundation and CLE Department, Seattle, WA, Feb. 27, 2009

50. National Judicial Animal Law Update, 7th Annual Animal Law Section CLE, WSBA-CLE, Seattle, WA, Apr. 17, 2009

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