Pig suffering during delivery to pork processing factory.

May 02, 2022 Harvard Fellow Calls Out Farm Industry

Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz calls out the factory farm industry’s playbook for handling reports about animal abuse on Now This news (warning: distressing).

Plastic tray raw fresh ground meat in lab scientist hand. Laboratory meat quality analysis inspection check or cultured meat concept with a blank label.

December 02, 2021 , Clinics Collaborate on Cultivated Meat Labeling Comments

Harvard Law School’s Animal Law & Policy Clinic and Food Law and Policy Clinic jointly submitted public comments in response to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service’s (USDA-FSIS) Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on the labeling of meat and poultry products comprised of or containing cultured animal cells (also known as cultivated meat).

May 19, 2021 John Kerry Doesn’t Understand How Cows Work

Animal Law & Policy Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz thoroughly deconstructs John Kerry’s assumption that we simply reduce methane rather than eat less meat in his latest piece published by The New Republic.

May 08, 2021 A Public Health Ethics Case for Mitigating Zoonotic Disease Risk in Food Production

Animal Law & Policy Program Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz and Justin Bernstein explore arguments in favor or curtailing animal source food production and consumption.

March 17, 2021 Want Carbon-Neutral Cows? Algae Isn’t the Answer

Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz and former fellow Matt Hayek explain "why algae isn’t going to save us or our hamburgers".

February 23, 2021 The Sadism of Eating Real Meat Over Lab Meat

Animal Law & Policy Program Visiting Fellow Jan Dutkiewicz and Gabriel N. Rosenberg explore how the rise of cellular agriculture will force consumers to consider the moral consequences of torturing and killing animals for food in their article published in The New Republic today.