Date Chartered: 5/31/1985

Purpose

The Section on Agricultural and Food Law provides for the development and sharing of research, teaching methods, and materials in legislative process, legislative drafting and interpretation.

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Annual Meeting Programs

2020

Main Program
Field Trip
Works In Progress

2019

Main Program
Business Meeting
Constitutional Law (Co-sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law)
Disaster Response, Recovery, and Relief in Minority Communities (Co-sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law)
Field Trip
Works In Progress


Call for Papers

Race and Racism in Food and Agriculture: Co-sponsored by the Sections on Minority Groups and Environmental Law

Food and agriculture play important roles in maintaining systemic racial oppression. From the dispossession of Black and Latinx farmers to migrant workers’ rights to food-related health disparities, there are multiple opportunities for legal and policy interventions into food and agriculture that would lead to greater food sovereignty, food justice, and racial equality. This panel explores several topics at the intersection of critical race theory and food and agriculture.

Up to 2 papers will be selected for presentation on Thursday January 2nd from 3:30pm-5:15pm. Please submit an abstract of 250-500 words by Monday August 19 to Andrea Freeman at afree@hawaii.edu. Executive board members will review the papers and notify selected presenters by the first week of September. Panelists must pay for their own travel. Please direct any questions to Andrea Freeman.