From LL.M. Candidate Kelly Nuchols:
In October, 80 law students from at least 46 different law schools gathered in Des Moines, Iowa for the second Food Law Student Leadership Summit. The Summit was co-hosted by the Drake Agricultural Law Center, the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), and the Food Law Student Network Leadership Committee.
|Summit organizers, Emily Broad Leib and Neil Hamilton|
|Students, organizers, and professors enjoy the Des Moines Farmers Market|
|Susan Schneider presents on the legal aspects of food names|
|Nate Rosenberg presents on inequality and agriculture|
The Summit was a momentous event for these students, as they begin to pursue careers as food law attorneys, professors, or perhaps even as future LL.M. in Agricultural and Food Law candidates.
Other photos from the Summit posted by Susan below- with more found on the Food Law Student Network website.
|Kelly Nuchols addressing the Summit audience|
|Friend and colleague, Emily Broad Leib, whose vision |
created the Summit