As the awareness for what we eat and where it comes from grows, so does the various organizations, entities and interests. One such body of law that has seen particular growth is Food and Agricultural Law. As a result, various practices have begun to emerge to keep pace with the protection and representation of these key players.
One program that I am very excited to highlight is Cari Rincker‘s program with Lawline entitled “How to Start and Grow a Food and Agriculture Law Practice.”
The program gives a really nice overview of the definition of food and agriculture law and discusses the regulatory system affecting food and agriculture.
Perhaps even more interestingly, Cari’s program seeks to help attorneys grow a ‘food and agriculture law’ practice by introducing them to the fundamental building blocks upon which similar successful practices have been perched, and the unique culture of the industry.