The Legal Division is concerned with understanding the future legal dynamics of cellular agriculture ultimately translating into action.
The legal matters surrounding cellular agriculture are dynamic and have not been explored extensively. For cellular agriculture to be successful however, the legal ramifications of its implementation will have to be established and widely understood. While there may be crossover with other types of agricultural or animal based law, cellular agriculture brings unique challenges that need independent exploration.
Members of the Legal Division work to utilize their knowledge of domestic and international law to positively position cellular agriculture in the coming years.
Current/Working projects include...
Examining the potential regulatory hurdles of clean meat and other cellular agriculture products
Analyzing future cellular agriculture lobbying efforts by governments and industry internationally
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