The LL.M. in Food Law of the Luiss School of Law addresses the need of a comprehensive "analysis-cum-proposals" of the various profiles and main issues involved in the overall regulation concerning food: agricultural and industrial production, distribution and international trade, quality and safety controls, consumer information and health safeguard, scientific research and technological developments, environmental protection and bio-productions: these are just a few main facets of the complex prism of different and frequently interlinked activities concerning food.
The program comprises the following modules:
- INTERNATIONAL TRADE RULES AND THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR
- FOOD SAFETY
- FOOD QUALITY
- FOOD ADVERTISING AND LABELLING
- FOOD SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENT
- AGRIFOODSTUFF MARKET
- RESPONSIBILITY AND FRAUD
- FOOD COMPANIES ON A GLOBAL SCALE
Apply for the 4th edition of our new Master/LL.M. by September 23.
Applications for the first edition are now open: