The UNC Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF) is a student organization designed to provide students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity to learn about the growing field of animal law and to advocate for animal interests in a legal setting. We seek to promote awareness—among both members and nonmembers—of current legal issues involving animals and to engage in these issues through various events.
Animal Law Symposium 2014
The UNC Law Student Animal Legal Defense Fund is hosting their third annual Animal Law Symposium on Saturday, March 29, 2014.
Submit Vegetarian/Vegan Recipes for our Blog!
Send us your favorite vegetarian or vegan recipes for our blog and future cookbook! We'll need your name, photo of the dish, list of ingredients, preparation instructions, and applicable links (if you adapted it from another recipe). See our blog for recipe examples. We're assuming most of our readers are from the Triangle area, so let us know where you bought your ingredients, especially if they might be unfamiliar to a newbie vegetarian or veg-curious.
Food "themes" we're especially interested in:
Quick breakfast, lunch, and dinners for the on-the-go law student
Holiday-themed (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentine's Day, etc.)
Vegetarian/Vegan take on North Carolina / Southern cuisine
Recipes using meat substitutes and "less familiar" vegetarian ingredients (tofu, tempeh, seitan, couscous, quinoa, etc.)
Ethnic food (Indian, Greek, Mexian, Korean, Chinese, etc.)
Email your recipe to Elizabeth Choi.
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We're actively trying to grow our online presence. Please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and subscribe to our blog. For questions, comments, or corrections for anything web-related, please contact Elizabeth Choi.
We now have a PayPal donation account! (Click the button to your left.) We thank you in advance. Your donations help us fund events like our Animal Law Symposium.