Lee Hall (born in or about 1961, Chicago) is a U.S. lawyer whose published work includes a number of articles on migration, anti-terrorism legislation, and detentions. Hall, who has taught immigration law at Rutgers University, is also associated with the nonhuman rights movement, and is legal director of the international advocacy group Friends of Animals (founded in 1957).
The combined interests in human rights and nonhuman rights that run through Hall's writings focus on the culture of the cage, and the concept of transcending it. Some of Hall's writing appears in the Animal Rights Library ("Modern Authors and Texts"), available at http://www.animal-rights-library.com/authors-m/
Actionline (Friends of Animals quarterly magazine)