Touro Law Library has a collection of over 462,000 volumes.
If you are an alumni or part of the Friends of the Library Program, you cannot check-out books; however, feel free to come in and browse the shelves or ask a reference librarian for a title that you can read in-house.
Listed below are a few of our newest books on animal law:
Dreams of subversion in medieval Jewish art & literature Section on animals, mythical, in art
The Kosher code for Orthodox Jew Includes section on meat inspection and Jewish law
Praxis and parable Includes section on animals in rabbinical literature
New directions in Jewish philosophy Includes construction of animals in medieval Jewish philosophy
Tsa'ar ba'ale hayimThe prevention of cruelity of animals, its bases, development and legislation in Hebrew literature