Amanda L. Aragon

Amanda L. AragonClass of 2018
Notes and Comments Editor, Volume 43
Staff Member, Volume 42

I grew up in the tropical Miami, Florida, and after four years in upstate New York I returned to the southeast for law school. After studying neurobiology and plant science during my undergraduate years at Cornell, I decided to go to law school because it allowed me to combine my interests in science and litigation. Specifically, I'm interested in environmental and property law, both locally and internationally. My memberships on the Environmental Moot Court Team and the North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation have allowed me to fully explore these interests, and I look forward to learning more in the years to come. In my personal time I enjoy visiting national parks, rock climbing, and yoga.

Blog Posts

GMO Regulation: Find Out Why the U.S. Finally Joined the International Fray

With the signing of a new law on July 29th, President Obama created the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard, adding an amendment to the Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946 and bringing the U.S. forward in the recent trend of GMO regulation. The international community, however, has been addressing biosafety concerns related to GMOs for over a decade. This blog compares the new law with international standards and the Cartagena Protocol.
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No Comments | Posted by Amanda L. Aragon on Sat. October 1, 2016 11:14 AM
Categories: Food and agriculture, GMO
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