Stephanie Tai recognized for excellence in scholarly writing by the American Agricultural Law Association

The American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) recognized Professor Stephanie Tai with an award for Professional Scholarship during the annual symposium in Oklahoma City this October. The AALA recognizes both a student and professional member for excellence in scholarly writing, relevance to agriculture, and the impact of the topic on agricultural law.

Tai was recognized for excellence in scholarly writing for her article "Whole Foods: The Food Safety Modernization Act and the Challenges of Defragmenting Food Safety Regulation," published in the American Journal of Law and Medicine in 2015.

Tai is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin School of Law. She is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review, and has a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Tufts University.

The American Agricultural Law Association is a national, professional membership association of agricultural law professionals from across the United States focusing on the legal needs of the agricultural community.  It offers an independent, nonpartisan forum that brings together diverse viewpoints to provide information to resolve complex agricultural law problems.

 

 

Submitted by American Agricultural Law Association on January 3, 2017

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