Papers from Kindred Journals and Other Publications
Below are links to papers at other journals and publicaitons that have an agriculture, food, and community developent focus. You may have to subscribe to the publication in order to read it.
Mitchell, Jay A. (2011).Getting into the Field, 7 Journal of Food Law & Policy 69 .
Part I of this article identifies food system features that make the sector an excellent project source for experiential programs of diverse design, discusses system attributes that may promote student interest and engagement, and offers observations about deployment of legal talent and pro bono resources to the sector. Part II reviews the experience of the Organizations and Transactions Clinic at Stanford Law School in representing clients active in the sector. It summarizes the clinic’s projects, describes skill development and other benefits from those engagements relevant to preparation for corporate practice, and notes several challenges in working with such clients. Part III is a conclusion.
Alberto Zezza and Luca TasciottiFAO ES-Policy-Briefs, August 2010
Zezza, A. and L. Tasciotti (2010): Urban agriculture, poverty, and food security: Empirical evidence from a sample of developing countries, in: Food Policy Vol.35(4), pp. 265-273.
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