Alan S. Nemeth, An Introduction to Cap and Trade for Animal Welfare, 1 J. Animal and Environmental L. 1 (2009).

Jason Schwalm, Animal Cruelty by Another Name: The Redundancy of Animal Hoarding Laws, 1 J. Animal and Environmental L. 32 (2009).

Michael Roberts, The Unjustified Prohibition Against Bestiality: Why the Laws in Opposition Can Find No Support in the Harm Principle, 1 J. Animal and Environmental L. 176 (2010).

Melissa McHendrix, The Kids Aren't Alright: A Critique of Animal Cruelty Statutes and the Juvenile Justice System in Kentucky, 1 J. Animal and Environmental L. 291 (2010).

Victoria Sutton & Brie Sherwin, Toxicological Animal Studies Disparate Treatment as Scientific Evidence, 2 J. Animal and Environmental L. 1 (2011).

Courtney Graham, Mozambique's Battle to Protect Marine Resources, 2 J. Animal and Environmental L. 67 (2011).

Carmen M. Cusack, Death Revolution: Eating the Dead to Save Our World, 4 J. Animal and Environmental L. 37 (2012).

Sierra Ashby, Emphasizing the Link: Kentucky Needs to Enact Cross Reporting Statutes to Combat All Forms of Abuse, 5 J. Animal and Environmental L. 39 (2013).

Meagan Foley, Good Things Come to Those Who Wait: Cites and the Move Toward Legalizing the International Trade In Ivory, 5 J. Animal and Environmental L. 67 (2013).

Robert Simpson, Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs: Applying A One Size Fits All Approach to Human and Veterinary Medical Professionals, Custom Tailoring Is Needed, 5 J. Animal and Environmental L. 1 (2014).

Tara Skaggs, Protect the Animals: The Evolution of Agricultural Gag Laws and the Nullification of First Amendment Rights, 5 J. Animal and Environmental L. 105 (2014).

Chris Erchull, A Hen In The Parlor: Municipal Control and Enforcement Of Residential Chicken Coops, 6 J. Animal and Environmental L. 56 (2014).

Eric Proctor, Justice For Canine Heroes: Kentucky's Need To Strengthen Its Criminal Penalties For Killing Or Injuring A Police Dog, 6 J. Animal and Environmental L. 85 (2014).

Adrienne Anne Stonecypher, All The Pretty Little Ponies: Flaws In The Government's Plan To Control North American Wild Horses And Burros, 6 J. Animal and Environmental L. 134 (2014).

Sarah C. Alvy, How The FDA Can Strengthen Regulations Governing Antibiotic Use In Food-Producing Animals, 6 J. Animal and Environmental L. 1 (2015).

Janelle N. Darnell, Poaching And The Black Market: A Need For Change Enforcing And Amending The Lacey Act, 6 J. Animal and Environmental L. 105 (2015).

Felicia Thomas, Free Willy:  Phasing Out Captivity of Killer Whales with State Level Legislation and Public Support, 8 J. Animal and Environmental L. 1 (2016).

Kayla Campbell,  Supporting the Adoption of Legislation Criminalizing “Fake” Service and Emotional Support Animals, 8 J. Animal and Environmental L. 71 (2016).

Stacey L. Gordon, Regarding Humanity: How a Punitive Damages Statute Reflects Humanity's View of Animal Cruelty, 8 J. Animal and Environmental L. 1 (2017).

Jessica Brockway, Working Towards a Dust Bath: How a Tax On Chicken Meat Could Improve Animal Welfare, 8 J. Animal and Environmental L. 34 (2017). Link coming soon.

Jesus Osete, Extending the "Slayer Rule" to Four-Legged Legatees, 8. J. Animal and Environmental L. 56 (2017).

Rebecca A. Lambert, The Unreliability of Detector Dogs: Why They Should Not Be Used to Find Probable Cause, or Be Used Against a Defendant in A Criminal Case, 8. J. Animal and Environmental L. 116 (2017). 

Katie L. Bonds, The Need to Regulate Breeding Like a Business: Reformation of Kentucky's Dog Breeding Laws, 8. J. Animal and Environmental Law L. 132 (2017).