The recent hubbub over the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound brought to the world’s attention the use of dogs in war. Following dogs, Slate reminded us about oft-forgotten cats of war. But what about law? For at least a generation, specially trained dogs have been used in various capacities in the practice of law, in pretrial procedure, class action coordination, or for sophisticated legal research projects. Here, we profile four uses of dogs in the practice of law.
Jury Selection Canines
Canine Assisted Legal Research (CALR) Associates
Trial Objection Canines
Class Action Dogs