Agriculture at the Intersection of Climate, Administrative Law, and Battles Over Regulatory Science
October 18, 2021 • 12:30 PM • Law School 4055
Fifteen years since the Duke Law Journal published Professor Hornstein's article on the surprising lessons organic agriculture teaches about the battle between market- and risk-based regulation (56 Duke L. J. 1540), agriculture remains an understudied battleground upon which climate-policy, ecosystem services, and "good science" regularly contest. Join Duke Food Law Society to hear Professor Hornstein (the all-time winner of UNC Law School's "Best Teacher" Award, a Fulbright Scholar in East Africa, and one of the founding professors of UNC's Program on Ecology, Environment & Energy) survey key developments in agricultural policy in an era of climate and technological disruption. Sponsored by Duke Food Law Society and DBA. For more information, please contact Alex Obiol at firstname.lastname@example.org.