Animal law is a small but growing sideline specialty practiced by a band of New Jersey attorneys who enjoy vindicating the rights of four-legged clients, even though the cases are unlikely to make them rainmakers anytime soon.

“I don’t think I could ever make a living doing animal cases, but over the last seven years I’ve been doing this, I’ve seen an increase in matters I’ve handled,” says Lisa Raydel, a partner at Cape May’s Rossi, Barry, Corrado, Grossi and Raydel. “It’ll probably be another decade before it even becomes 30 percent of my practice.”

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