Jeff Kirkpatrick: GMO Law Review Articles (Including Notes and Comments)

This is a resource of law review articles, notes and comments related to GMOs. “Articles,” “Notes” and “Comments” are different types of publications in law journals. Law review journals can be a robust source of information and may be of interest to anyone who is interested in researching the complex subject of GMOs. The publications focus on law-related issues but they also incorporate many other subjects that relate to GMOs. This is a working post that will be updated periodically. This is shared from the main website, Ban GMOs Now. Last update: October 29, 2016

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“The pursuit of food security faces an uncertain future. In the absence of a robust consumer rights framework, both farmers and consumers are heading into a future replete with unsafe and insecure food. Moreover, if the federal regulatory framework continues to rely on arcane federal laws, without incorporating modern research on biotechnology applications’ adverse impacts on environmental, ecological, and human health, the threats to food safety will worsen.” Saby Ghoshray*

[*] “Food Safety and Security in the Monsanto Era: Peering through the Lens of a Rights Paradigm against an Onslaught of Corporate Domination,” by Saby Ghoshray, Maine Law Review, Vol. 65, No. 2; 2013 (34 pages)

GMO Law Review Articles (Including Notes and Comments) [v2]The Encroachment of Intellectual Property Protections on the Rights of Farmers,” by Justin T. Rogers, Drake Journal of Agricultural Law, Vol.15; 2010 (17 pages)

[A work in progress that will be updated periodically. Last update: August 27, 2016]


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