To accompany the article, Baylen arranged for the production of a video that describes the development of food law & policy and discusses the opportunities presented by this new discipline. The video provides interviews with Food Law & Policy leaders as well as students involved in the food policy movement.
As detailed in both the article and the video, the number of Food Law & Policy courses at law schools is growing. A recent Harvard Law School publication noted that there is "no hotter topic in law schools right now than food law and policy." In fact, Baylen will be teaching a new 2-credit Food Law & Policy Seminar at George Mason University Law School this coming fall.
We all agree with a statement from Baylen's blog post about the project - Food Law & Policy will "continue to grow in scope and importance over the next decade."
The video is embedded below, and a link to the article will be provided as soon as it is available electronically.
Our sincere thanks to Baylen for his good work and for including us in this exciting project.