The Harvard Food Law Society (FLS or FoodSoc) is an officially recognized student-run organization at Harvard Law School that fosters on-campus dialogue on issues in food law and policy. Food-related issues often implicate broader questions of public health, environmental sustainability, income inequality, economic development, and human rights. FLS supports a network of students, professionals, and food lovers who support a healthier, more equitable food system.
FLS members take trips and hold social events, participate in conferences, host speakers, and collaborate with groups throughout Harvard University and the world in their effort to address food issues.
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