Monday, February 22, 2016

Not Really Expired

The Food Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School and Racing Horse Productions, also at Harvard produced the short film EXPIRED, Food Waste in America and its companion website NotReallyExpired.com as a collaborative effort between the two programs.  The Food Law & Policy Clinic aims to provide hands-on opportunities for students to learn about and improve the laws and policies shaping the food system. Racing Horse Productions aims to test and teach media advocacy techniques in the context of real world practice. Their collaboration produced an amazing product.

We are delighted to have one of our LL.M.'s working with the Food Law & Policy Clinic. Christina Rice, a Clinical Fellow with the Clinic, served as one of the film's producers.

Congratulations to Clinic Director and Executive Producer Emily Broad Leib, to Christina, and to everyone that worked on this great project. Here's the film -




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