The HLS Food Law and Policy Clinic, Office of Public Interest Advising, and Food Law Society invite you to attend Advancing the Right to Adequate Food: Working as a Lawyer at the UN Food & Agriculture Organization, a conversation with Manuela Cuvi Rodriguez LLM ’03. Manuela will share her insight on the human right to adequate food and what it means to work as a development lawyer at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Mrs. Manuela Cuvi Rodriguez LLM ’03 is a Legal Officer at the Development Law Service of the FAO, based in the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean. Manuela provides legal assistance to the region’s thirty-three countries on various issues related to the FAO’s mandate, including food and agriculture legislation, the right to food, indigenous peoples’ rights, environmental law, and gender.
This event is open to Harvard Law School students.