Maine Law Review, Vol 65 No. 2 (2013) Contents

Maine Law Review
Volume 65, No. 2 (2013)

Colloquium:  Local Food || Global Food:  Do We Have What It Takes to Reinvent the U.S. Food System?
Symposium:  Law, Religion, and Lautsi v. Italy
Case Notes


Colloquium:  Local Food || Global Food:
Do We Have What It Takes to Reinvent the U.S. Food System?



Legal Institutions of Farmland Succession:  Implications for Sustainable Food Systems
Jamie Baxter

From “Food Miles” to “Moneyball”:  How We Should Be Thinking About Food and Climate
Bret C. Birdsong

The Symbolic Garden:  An Intersection of the Food Movement and the First Amendment
Jaime Bouvier

Obesity Prevention Policies at the Local Level:  Tobacco’s Lessons
Paul A. Diller

Zoning and Land Use Controls:  Beyond Agriculture
Lisa M. Feldstein

Food Safety and Security in the Monsanto Era:  Peering Through the Lens of a Rights Paradigm Against an Onslaught of Corporate Domination
Saby Ghoshray

The Renewable Fuel Standard:  Food Versus Fuel?
Brent J. Hartman

The New England Food System in 2060:  Envisioning Tomorrow’s Policy Through Today’s Assessments
Margaret Sova McCabe and Joanne Burke

A National “Natural” Standard for Food Labeling
Nicole E. Negowetti

Whatever Happened to the “Frankenfish”?:  The FDA’s Foot-Dragging on Transgenic Salmon
Lars Noah

Follow the Leader:  Eliminating Perverse Global Fishing Subsidies Through Unilateral Domestic Trade Measures
Anastasia Telesetsky

When Fox and Hound Legislate the Hen House:  A Nixon-in-China Moment for National Egg-Laying Standards?
Lucinda Valero and Will Rhee

Preempting Humanity:  Why National Meat Ass’n v. Harris Answered the Wrong Question
Pamela Vesilind

A Hungry Industry on Rolling Regulations:  A Look at Food Truck Regulations in Cities Across the United States
Crystal T. Williams

How Reliance on the Private Enforcement of Public Regulatory Programs Undermines Food Safety in the United States:  The Case of Needled Meat
Diana R. H. Winters

Liberty of Palate
Samuel R. Wiseman


Symposium:  Law, Religion, and Lautsi v. Italy

Malick W. Ghachem


Freedom of Religion and Freedom from Religion:  The European Model
JHH Weiler

The Lautsi Decision and the American Establishment Clause Experience:  A Response to Professor Weiler
William P. Marshall

The Lautsi Decision As Seen from (Christian) Europe
Pierre-Henri Prélot


Case Notes

State v. Brown:  A Test for Local Food Ordinances
Ryan Almy

Recognizing Gestational Surrogacy Contracts:  “Baby-Steps” Toward Modern Parentage Law in Maine After Nolan v. LaBree
Adam Quinlan

The Law Court’s Proper Application of Miranda in State v. Bragg:  A “Matter-of-Fact Communication” to the Defendant Regarding Evidence Against Him Will Not Typically Constitute “Interrogation”
Stephen B. Segal