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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Vermont Law School: A Breath of Fresh Air For Food Law Enthusiasts

Vermont Law School: A Breath of Fresh Air For Food Law Enthusiasts

Written by Talia Ralph, 3L at McGill Law and 2018-2019 FLSN Projects Chair There’s something about staring out the window of your environmental law classroom to see trees, mountains, and sky that really changes your perspective for the better. Or at least, it has changed mine. I was definitely looking for […]

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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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The Agricultural and Food Law LL.M. at the University of Arkansas

The Agricultural and Food Law LL.M. at the University of Arkansas

Written by: Erika Dunyak, LL.M. Student at the University of Arkansas Hello Food Law Student Network Members! I am an alumnus of the Network, myself, and am currently a student in the Agricultural and Food Law LL.M. at the University of Arkansas. The LL.M. is a great option for students or […]

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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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