Starting and Growing a Food and Agriculture Law Practice

February 28, 2014

As the awareness for what we eat and where it comes from grows, so does the various organizations, entities and interests.  One such body of law that has seen particular growth is Food and Agricultural Law.  As a result, various practices have begun to emerge to keep pace with the protection and representation of these key players.

One program that I am very excited to highlight is Cari Rincker‘s program with Lawline entitled “How to Start and Grow a Food and Agriculture Law Practice.

The  program gives a really nice overview of the definition of food and agriculture law and discusses the regulatory system affecting food and agriculture.

Perhaps even more interestingly, Cari’s  program seeks to help attorneys grow a ‘food and agriculture law’ practice by introducing them  to the fundamental building blocks upon which similar successful practices have been perched, and the unique culture of the industry.

Reblogged from "Starting and Growing a Food and Agricultural Law Practice" on Food. - By Sigalle Barness.

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Written by Sigalle Barness

Sigalle Barness is the Vice President of Content and a member of Lawline.com’s Executive Team. Sigalle provides business strategy and leadership to the company and directly manages Lawline’s accreditation, programming and production operations. Sigalle also analyzes market trends and applies insights to develop and execute written and video content including online educational programming, email marketing, social media campaigns, press releases, blog articles and large scale live events. Sigalle graduated summa cum laude from Rutgers University and holds a B.A. in English. She received her J.D. in 2010 from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York, NY. Sigalle is admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey. She is also an active member of the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA), and is the former Chair of ACLEA’s Programming Special Interest Group (2013 – 2015) and National Provider Special Interest Group (2015 - 2017). Before joining Lawline in March 2012, Sigalle litigated civil claims in areas such as landlord tenant, breach of contract and tax lien and mortgage foreclosures actions. She also handled transactional matters such as drafting residential and commercial leases, demand letters, and client conflict waivers. Sigalle is an avid lover of music, video games, blogging, asking questions and all things food. She is also fluent in Hebrew and enjoys writing fiction, traveling and scuba diving.

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