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Marks, Alexia Brunet Associate Professor

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  • Dr. Alexia Brunet Marks' research and scholarship focus is primarily in the area of food law and regulation, and her approach is often empirical. Professor Marks teaches torts, food law, international business transactions, and international trade law.

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  • international economic law, food law, civil litigation, empirical analysis as a methodology

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Teaching

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  • ENVS 5100 - Special Topics in Environmental Studies
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    A variety of topics not currently offered in curriculum; offered depending on instructor availability and student demand. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours, provided the topics vary.
  • LAWS 6410 - International Trade Law
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019
    Examines the law of the World Trade Organization and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Examines rules restraining national restrictions on trade that addresses tariff and non-tariff barriers, discrimination, regionalism, anti-dumping, countervailing duties and safeguards. Considers the relationship between trade and other regulatory areas or social values, such as environmental protection, health and safety standards, human rights, intellectual property protection.
  • LAWS 7520 - Food Law and Practice
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Surveys the basic regulatory landscape of food law with insight into critical legal issues facing industry and consumers. Covers federal, state and municipal regulation, litigation, government incentives, international standards and soft-law. Combines doctrinal approaches with simulation and problem solving to introduce systems-level thinking. No prerequisites or prior knowledge if required, though interest in food law and corporate law are helpful.
  • LAWS 7611 - International Business Transactions
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2020
    Examines the sources of international business law, the relationship between such law and the U.S. legal system, the choice of law in international business disputes, the special issues that arise when doing business with foreign governments, the law governing international sales and the shipment of goods and international intellectual property protection. Offered in alternate years.
  • LAWS 8545 - Seminar: Food Law and Policy
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019 / Spring 2020
    Introduces students to the laws and regulations that govern our food supply. The focus is federal law provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, with additional readings, videos and speakers. Topics to be covered include legal definitions for food, rules on food labeling, standards for food safety, biotechnology, international trade, organic and environmental regulation, hunger, farmer's markets and obesity.

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