Food Law - Associate Dean & Professor Pamela, Frasch, , Course Number: LAW-415, , Course Type: Foundational, , Credits: 2, , Enrollment Limit: Determined by the Registrar, , Description: Food is something we all need to, survive, and understanding the complex legal, structure regulating food is important for anyone, concerned or interested in where food comes from,, how it's produced, how it's processed, and how, it's sold or served. This survey course provides, an examination of contemporary food law and policy, in the American judicial and legislative arenas., It introduces students to both the history of food, regulation as well as contemporary issues such as, statements of identity, labeling, food safety,, factory farming, and some of the broader, contextual issues that warrant investigation. In, doing so, the course explores the challenges and, opportunities available to advocates interested in, food law., , Prerequisite: none, , Evaluation Method: Two short papers; two class, presentations; class participation, , Capstone: no, , WIE: yes