Law Review Color Seal-HRe-Tooling Food Law: How Traditional Legal Models Can Be Re-Tooled For Food System Reform.
Friday, March 06, 2015 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM (Pacific Time)

Seattle University
901 12th Avenue
Sullivan Hall
Seattle, Washington 98122
United States
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4.0 General CLE Credits, approved | WSBA Activity ID #394410

Registration and Breakfast

9:00 AM
Opening Remarks

9:15-10:30 AM
Panel 1 – “Re-Tooling Fisheries: Where Does Food Fit Among Environmental and Public Health Paradigms”
Moderator: Clifford Villa, Adjunct Professor, Seattle University School of Law; Assistant Regional Counsel, EPA
Janette Brimmer, Staff Attorney, Earthjustice Northwest
Anastasia Telesetsky, Associate Professor, University of Idaho
Robin Craig, Professor of Law, University of Utah

10:30-10:45 AM – Break

10:45 AM-12:00 PM
Panel 2 – “Re-Tooling Consumer Demand: How to Use Consumer Choice and Consider Those Who Lack It”
Moderator: Madeline Kass, Visiting Associate Professor, Seattle University School of Law; Editor, ABA Natural Resources & Environment Magazine
Jamie Renner, Assistant Professor and Clinical Lead, Vermont Law School
Andrea Freeman, Assistant Professor, University of Hawaiʻi
Samuel Wiseman, Professor, Florida State University

12:00 PM
Lunch – Keynote Speaker Emily Broad Leib, Director of the Food Law and Policy Clinic at Harvard Law School

1:30 PM
Panel 3 – “Re-Tooling Speech: What You Can Say About Your Food”
Moderator: David Skover, Fredric Tausend Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law; co-author “On Dissent: Its Meaning in America”
Denis Stearns, Stearns Law PLLC; Adjunct Professor, Seattle University School of Law
Justin Marceau, Associate Professor, University of Denver
Baylen Linnekin, Executive Director, Keep Food Legal; Adjunct Professor, George Mason Law School
Nicole Negowetti, Assistant Professor, Valparaiso University

3:00 PM
Closing Remarks and Reception