Nate Rosenberg Joins University of Arkansas School of Law Faculty
We are pleased to announce that Nate Rosenberg will join us for the 2016-17 academic year as a Visiting Assistant Professor, teaching in both the LL.M. Program and the J.D. Program.
Nate is a 2012 graduate of Harvard Law School where he co-founded and led the Harvard Food Law Society, served as a student attorney with the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, and served as a Student Advocate for Harvard Law School Advocates for Human Rights. Nate is a graduate of Pitzer College with a B.A. in German Literature. He served as the Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Claremont Student and Editor-in-Chief of the Claremont Collage.
After law school, Nate was selected to serve as a Joint Fellow in the Harvard Law School Mississippi Delta Project, a joint project with Harvard and Mississippi State University located in Clarksdale, Mississippi. In this role, he supervised over forty law students working on food policy projects, organized a state-wide conference and participated in a variety of community service and organizing activities.
Since 2014, Nate, has been a Fink Fellow with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) in New York, working on issues related to hunger, environmental law, food waste, and farm labor law. In 2015, Nate created and taught a graduate level course, Inequality and Food Systems, for the New York University Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health.
Fall semester, Nate will be working half time us, teaching Animal Law in the J.D. program and advising the Journal of Food Law & Policy. He will also be working for the environmental law advocacy group, Earthjustice, on issues concerning climate change and agriculture. Nate will join us full time Spring 2016 where he will be teaching in the LL.M. Program. He will teach Environmental Regulation of Agriculture, Climate Change and Agriculture, and Regulated Markets in Agriculture.
We will be delighted to have Nate and his partner Kiley join us in Fayetteville. He will be a great addition to our faculty. Welcome, Nate.