“Natural” Litigation

“Natural” Litigation

Written by Christina House, 3L at Thurgood Marshall School of Law and 2018-2019 FLSN Student Organizations Chair This past summer I interned at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. While interning at the court, I had the pleasure of hearing a range of cases, which included facets […]

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South Korea & Food Waste

South Korea & Food Waste

Written by Lauren Thomas, 3L at Texas A&M School of Law and 2018-2019 Careers Chair This summer I traveled to South Korea to visit a good friend of mine from college and learn about his home country. I stayed at his family’s home in Pocheon, a city north of Seoul. Their home was […]

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Biting the Hands that Feed Us – Book Review

Written by Kristina Ellis , 3L at University of Denver Sturm College of Law and 2018-2019 Co-President I picked up Baylen Linnekin’s book after the 2017 Food Law Student Leadership Summit. I had the pleasure of being in Baylen’s seminar on urban foraging and the law at the Summit. Inspired by his […]

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Chasing The Evasive “Food Law Experience”

Chasing The Evasive “Food Law Experience”

Written by Teresa Smith, 3L at Lewis & Clark Law School and 2018-2019 FLSN Communications Chair As food law topics gain more and more traction around the country, the obvious question is, now what? How do I learn about the day to day work that is food law and how that kind of […]

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2017-2018 FLSN Executive Board Reflections

2017-2018 FLSN Executive Board Reflections

Want to know what it’s like to be on the FLSN executive board? Check out the following reflections from some of our 2017-2018 executive board members! This past year I served as a Careers Chair on the FLSN Executive Board. One of the primary aims of the Food Law Student […]

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Another Semester, Another Chance to Start a Food Law Society

Another Semester, Another Chance to Start a Food Law Society

Written by: Rebecca Gobeil, Boston College Law School 3L, 2017-2018 Vice President of FLSN Starting a Food Law organization at a law school is not always easy. While the field of Food and Agriculture law is extremely fascinating and many folks would be interested in it; it is hard to […]

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