In the ever-expanding world of global food law, students who take courses in law and policy and earn a LL.M. or M.J. degree are well-positioned for employment opportunities. Indeed, the career possibilities in global food law are diverse and plentiful. Our students are employed by government agencies, research institutes, food manufacturers and producers, food packaging companies, and private firms. Students and alumni as well as our professors are experts in many aspects of food law and are another great resource for career advice.