Cornell College Events
Food Freedom: A Presentation by Baylen Linnekin (link)
|Date:||Wednesday, April 24th|
Join attorney, scholar, writer, and activist Baylen Linnekin as he discusses early American food regulations and the role of food in shaping the Revolutionary War, Declaration of Independence, and Bill of Rights - facts that serve as a historical basis to rebuild the framework for a new and lasting period of food freedom in America. Linnekin is a licensed attorney who holds an LL.M. in agricultural and food law, and is the founder and executive director of Keep Food Legal in Washington, D.C. Linnekin's writing on food and law has appeared in scholarly publications like the Chapman University Law Review, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, Northeastern University Law Journal, Nexus Journal of Law & Policy, and the Journal of Wine Economics. Sponsored by the Department of Politics and the Berry Center.
Room: Hedges Conference Room