Agri-Food Law & Innovation

How do laws, policies, and other tools of governance align technological innovations in the agri-food sector with shared environmental goals and ethical aspirations? A critical legal perspective demonstrates that several of the new and emerging technologies being championed in the agri-food sector may not be as beneficial as initially hoped. Instead, they may serve to retrench injustice and cement existing, exploitative power structures, making them more difficult to challenge and change later down the line. What is needed is research that identifies broad systemic and structural reforms informed by shifts in values and priorities.


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Angela Lee
Angela Lee
Assistant Professor