Conferences, Lectures & Panels Lean, Clean & Sustainable: Creating Animal-Free Meat that is Healthier, More Humane, and Less Harmful to the Planet


Harvard Law School

conference poster with sponsors, lab glassware, vegetables

Jonathan Lovvorn, Lecturer on Law and Harvard Animal Law & Policy Program Policy Director and Nicole Negowetti, Clinical Instructor, Harvard Food Law & Policy Clinic, present at the Fourth Annual Harvard-UCLA Food Law and Policy Conference.

Event Overview

The Food Law Lab at Harvard Law School and the Resnick Program for Food Law & Policy at UCLA School of Law hosted the 4th Annual Harvard-UCLA Food Law and Policy Conference, which this year addressed food sector innovation and the law.

This one-day conference convened an interdisciplinary group of experts from law, politics, science, and industry to discuss issues in food innovation and consider the ramifications for navigating this next frontier in food. It took a broad approach to innovation and explored the implications for a range of stakeholders, including the government, sustainability and the environment, corporate law, entrepreneurship, animal law, and non-profits, among other areas.

This event was cosponsored by the Animal Law & Policy Program at Harvard Law School and the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law School.