The Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC) is excited to welcome Ariel Ardura to the team as a Clinical Fellow!
Ariel received her JD in 2019 from Georgetown University Law Center, where she gained a range of experience in food and health law and policy through internships with the DC Food Policy Director, USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service, and as the Emily Spitzer Intern for the National Health Law Program. She also worked as a student attorney on the Health & Food Team of Georgetown’s Public Policy Clinic and as a research assistant for Georgetown’s Health Justice Alliance. Ariel got to know FLPC as a summer intern there and later as a research assistant for the clinic. During law school, she was president of Georgetown’s Food Law Society and Projects Chair for the National Food Law Student Network.
Prior to law school, Ariel worked for an organization that helps schools implement food recovery programs. She received a Bachelor of Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia in 2013.
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