What to do When Your Food Law Society Doesn’t Get Funding

What to do When Your Food Law Society Doesn’t Get Funding

Written by: Kristina Ellis- a 2L at University of Denver The Budget Requests have been turned in, the semester begins, and your Student Bar Association (SBA) issues your budget. You open the email to find out that you’ve received no funding for the year. Suddenly the planning of every event, […]

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The Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program

The Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program

Written by: Mallory Newman- 3L at Florida State University    Hello FLSN members! I am Mallory Neumann a 3L at Florida State University College of Law and a Careers Co-Chair for FLSN. As Careers Co-Chairs, Zoe Grant and I plan to share internship and career opportunities in food law with […]

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Starting a New Food Law Society 101 – A Step by Step Guide

Starting a New Food Law Society 101 – A Step by Step Guide

Written by Zoe Grant- J.D. Candidate 2019 (University of Oregon) (Photo from the University of Surrey’s Webpage)   A Food Law Society can be a great way to collaborate with other students interested in practicing Food Law and make professional connections. Unfortunately, many law schools do not have any Food oriented […]

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Big Data, Big Questions: The 2018 Farm Bill and the Landscape of Data Privacy, Security, and Ownership

Big Data, Big Questions: The 2018 Farm Bill and the Landscape of Data Privacy, Security, and Ownership

Written by Eliza Pan, Summer 2017 intern in the Food Law and Policy Clinic.   While “farming” may still evoke pastoral images for many Americans, modern agriculture has become increasingly data-driven in the last decade. Since Monsanto’s approximately $1-billion acquisition of The Climate Corporation in 2013, ag data has generated both significant […]

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