The AFLP is a nonprofit academic association that has been created as a forum for individuals and institutions involved in teaching and scholarship in the broad field of food law and policy. The purpose of the Academy is to stimulate intellectual discourse, encourage scholarship, enhance teaching, support student interest, and otherwise to promote the academic field of food law and policy. The Academy has federal tax exempt status under §501(c)(3) of the U.S. Code.
We welcome as members any dues-paying person engaged in Food Law & Policy scholarship and/or teaching on a professional level. Students are encouraged to join the Food Law Student Network.
How to Join
Individual Membership dues are $50 per calendar year. We have an easy 2 step process. First, complete the membership form below, then return to this page and submit your dues payment by clicking on the paypal button below. Prefer a paper application? Download our printable application.
Institutional Membership dues are $350 per 2 years for period Jan 1.- Dec. 31 of the year payment is received ending on Dec. 31st of the following year. Sponsorship includes a listing on the Academy of Food Law & Policy’s website as an Academic Sponsor and recognition as a sponsoring institution in literature associated with the Academy. Institutional Membership allows the Institute to designate one to three representatives as Members. Institutions may join us by completing our 2 step process. First, complete the membership form below, then return to this page and submit your dues payment by clicking on the paypal link below. Prefer a paper application? Download our printable paper application. We are happy to prepare an invoice for the Institution if needed. Your questions are welcome. Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership dues may be paid by check or Paypal.
The Academy of Food Law & Policy is a non-profit academic association under §501(c)(3) status, and as such membership dues may be tax deductible.
Checks should be made payable to "The Academy of Food Law & Policy" and may be mailed to the following address:
Academy of Food Law & Policy
University of Arkansas School of Law
Attn: Susan Schneider
1045 W. Maple
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Communication With Other Members
Individual faculty members will be added to an Academy listserv and invited to share food law & policy news with the membership.