[Law-envtlcert] FW: Food Law and Policy Career Guide

Shi-Ling Hsu shsu at law.fsu.edu
Sat Oct 28 15:11:27 EDT 2017

Dear FSU Environmental Law alum and Environmental Certificate students:

Please see below for a job resource, if you are interested in food or agricultural law, broadly defined.

We maintain two lists for our alum, one for FSU Environmental Law Program news, and one that also has job announcements. If you wish to unsubscribe to either one, please send an email to Jennifer Walsh at jwalsh at law.fsu.edu<mailto:jwalsh at law.fsu.edu>.

Shi-Ling Hsu
D'Alemberte Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Environmental Programs<http://www.law.fsu.edu/academics/jd-program/environmental-energy-land-use-law>
Florida State University College of Law

From: Food Law Issues for Law Professors [mailto:FOODLAWPROFS at LISTSERV.UARK.EDU] On Behalf Of Negowetti, Nicole E.
Sent: Friday, October 27, 2017 11:47 AM
Subject: Food Law and Policy Career Guide

Dear Colleagues,

The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic is pleased to announce the publication of our 2017 Food Law and Policy Career Guide. Please share this valuable resource with your students.


Overview of the Career Guide:

This guide's goal is to present anyone interested in an internship or a career in food law and policy with a sampling of the diverse array of choices, from traditional legal jobs to research, advocacy, or policy-making positions within the food system. Whether one desires to work in a law firm, for government, for a nonprofit, or in academia, lawyers interested in improving the food system will find many opportunities to apply their legal and policy skills to topics as far-reaching as nutrition and global health, intellectual property, trade, environmental justice, and human rights. This career guide covers: universities that have developed specialty programs ranging from agricultural law to nutrition to food science; nonprofits that foster food policy change at the local, state, regional, national, and international levels; government agencies established to protect the health and nutritional quality of our food supply; international organizations that advocate for farmers' rights worldwide; foundations that fund individuals taking a stand against hunger; and law firms that have mastered the business of food and agriculture and the intricacies of regulatory compliance.

Thank you!

Nicole and the FLPC Team

Nicole E. Negowetti
Clinical Instructor, Food Law and Policy Clinic
Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Harvard Law School
nnegowetti at law.harvard.edu<mailto:nnegowetti at law.harvard.edu>
(617) 390-2785

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