Tulane University Law School, Continuing Legal Education and the Culinaria Center for Food Law, Policy, and Culture present Food for Thought: A Food Law Continuing Legal Education Program.
NatFAB's Culinaria Center for Food Law, Policy, and Culture is partnering with Tulane University Law School Continuing Legal Education (CLE) to host "Food for Thought: A Food Law CLE" program. Since Food Law is a niche practice area, the event is constructed to appeal to both non-lawyers and lawyers whose practice may not directly relate to food. Besides Ethics and Professionalism hours, we will have panelists discussing public health, workers' rights, processed food labeling, and novel coastal protection funding possibilities. The idea is that each hour brings a new lens through which attendees can view impacts on food, water, and the environment.
Earn 6.25 Hours of CLE Credits including 1.0 Professionalism and 1.0 Ethics. Lunch is included.
- CLE Credit: $325
- Non-profit/Academic $225
- Law Student (with ID) $0
- Law School Faculty/Staff (with ID) $0
- General Admission $10
9:20 – 9:30 AM Welcoming remarks | Pepper Bowen, Culinaria Center
9:30 – 10:30 AM Urban Environmental Health and Women | Rob Verchick, Loyola Law School
10:30-11:30 AM Labeling … So You Know What’s for Dinner | Patrick Morin, Morsel Law
11:30 – 1 PM Lunch and Learn about GOMESA | Erik Mayo, Louisiana Coastal Services – Legal Division
1 – 2 PM Mindfulness for Lawyers – Professionalism | Keith Werhan, Tulane Law School
2 – 3 PM Right to Work is Left of Center | Andrea Agee, Loyola Law School
3 – 3:15 PM BREAK
3:15–4:15 PM Ethics in Negotiation | Lynn Luker, Stanley, Reuter, Ross, Thornton, & Alford
4:15–4:30 PM Closing remarks | Pepper Bowen, Culinaria Center