Marcia Condoy Truyenque is an Animal Law LLM at Lewis & Clark Law School after receiving a full scholarship from the Center for Animal Law Studies. She is a Peruvian lawyer with work experience in Labor Law and Constitutional Law, and investigative experience in International Law, International Human Rights Law and Animal Law. She has been a Research Fellow at Ankawa International Human Rights Organization, where she also was Director of the Center for Research and Defense of Vulnerable Populations in 2020. Also, she has been the AFADA Argentina Organization’s Peru correspondent until February 2022. Currently, she directs the Animal Law area of Preston+ Law Firm, the first law firm in Peru with a specialized area in this matter. Her research focuses on labor rights for animals, animal dignity, and the relationship between human rights and animal rights. Since 2021, she is part of the working group of the Convention on Animal Protection (CAP), a draft treaty based on the One Health approach to prevent future pandemics.