I will soon be presenting as part of a panel at a symposium addressing some current and pressing issues related to food and food systems. The paragraph below summarizes the symposium as a whole. More specific information is available by clicking on the SU Food Law link. Hope to see you there.

Seattle University Law Review’​s 2015 Symposium, “Re-Tooling Food Law: How Traditional Legal Models Can Be Re-Tooled For Food System Reform,” will be held on Friday, March 6, 2015 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM PSTRegistration includes breakfast, lunch, and a networking reception following the panels. Topics include: how food intersects with freedom of speech, how to leverage consumer demand when not every consumer has adequate food choices, and whether environmental and public health laws adequately protect fisheries. The keynote speaker is Emily Broad Leib, the Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School. Questions: pughm1@seattleu.eduRegister today at: http://j.mp/SUFoodLaw.

SU Food Law