Lee Hall

Lee Hall holds an LL.M. in environmental law with a focus on climate change, and has taught law as an adjunct at Rutgers–Newark and at Widener–Delaware Law. Lee is an author, public speaker, and creator of the Studio for the Art of Animal Liberation on Patreon.

What Shall We Do With Our Vainglorious Aspirations?

Patrick in the Anthropocene

What Took Me So Long? Transit and Resistance

So, What’s Everyone Doing for Thanksgiving?

Environmental Law Is Losing the Plot. What Now?

Vegan Cats Do Not Exist

I Will Rise and I Will Return: The Lucidity of Sinéad O’Connor

Interdependence Day

Buried Days

United Nations SDGs: If We’re Not Veganizing Them, are They Really Sustainable?

Enough Shite-Talk About a Snake-Chasing Saint

To See Fellows Crying

NASA Gets High on Its Nuclear Supply

Call of the Sandpiper: New Year’s Resolutions in the Time of Climate Breakdown

I Will Rise and I Will Return: The Lucidity of Sinéad O’Connor

We’d Be Better Without the Border

Is Sea-Greenwashing a Word? It Is Now.

For Happy the Elephant, Personhood Is Yet Another Cage

Elon Musk’s Twitter Takeover Drama: A Hand Overplayed?

Bees in the Anthropocene: Four Thoughts

The Year of the Tiger

The Charges Against Ethan Crumbley’s Parents

Dominion: A Matter of Interpretation?

Sweets for the Season? Consider the Source

Liberation or Bust

Tesla and the Anthropocene

The Disappearance of the Natural Death

National Beef Burger Day Is a Shame

End Migrant Warehousing

The Year of the Aurochs

Masked: A Suburban Haiku

Big Oil’s Belated Conversion

“You Loot; We Shoot”

Wet Markets and Wild Longings

Examine Your Own Cultural Practices, Senator Cornyn

Donald Trump Jr., Mongolian Sheep Killer

Mayor Obedience Training, From the Pet Products Industry

The Last Kentucky Derby

Green Corridors, Mental Maps: A Call for the End of Deer Control

Congressional Inaction Leaves DACA Dependents in Dire Straits

Kentucky Derby Champions: You Bet They Die

#TimesUp at the Humane Society of the United States

The Professor and the Poverty Tour

Purloined Platitudes and Bipartisan Bunk: An Adjunct’s View

All the World’s a Stage: Thoughts on the Death of Harambe, the Cincinnati Zoo Gorilla

Animal Liberation for the 21st Century

To Open Strange Doors That We’d Never Close Again

How Pro-Pitbull Crusades Harm Workers — and Dogs

Detroit Water Debt as PETA’s Latest P.R. Platform

Free-Living Animals on Birth Control