Though food law and policy is an innovative and emerging field in which to study and practice law, there are numerous opportunities in government, non-profit organizations, and private law firms where interested individuals can experience food law and policy in action. In addition to the field of law, there are also a growing number of university, internship, and fellowship programs that offer opportunities to experience food policy in every area relating to food–from international non-profits that address food security, to universities that offer courses studying the anthropology of food.
If you are a law student, emerging young professional, interested food policy advocate, or someone simply searching to learn more about what food policy entails, use these resources from across the nation (and world) to help you find your next job, volunteer position, or internship in the world of food policy.
Current food law and policy job openings are posted here.
The Food Law and Policy Career Guide is researched and drafted in partnership between the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic and the Harvard Food Law Society and is updated annually to reflect the newest opportunities in food law and policy.