Janneke Vink (1990) received her LL.M. in Criminal Law & Procedure and in Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law (cum laude) in 2013 at Leiden University. She is now a PhD candidate at the department of Jurisprudence of Leiden Law School, where she also teaches legal theory. Her dissertation is about the position of non-human animals in constitutional democracies. Her aim is to investigate if a constitutional democracy is realistically suitable for improving the current position of non-human animals.
- ‘De gelijkheid en vrijheid van mensen en andere dieren’, in: Doomen, Jasper & Ellian, Afshin (red.), De strijd van gelijkheid en vrijheid, Boom Juridische Uitgevers: Den Haag 2015, p. 87-105. (2015)
- ‘Kunnen we vleesconsumptie verbieden?’, Ars Aequi, september 2014, p. 658-663. (2014)