NCTM partners will lecture at Milan University for food law course
NCTM partners will be lecturers at Milan University next academic year, when a course in food law commences.
The course, held in English, includes specific workshops through which students can learn more about the legal aspects related to the production and distribution of agro-food products.
The leading lecturer on the course will be Bernard O’Connor, coordinator of NCTM’s food and drink practice area. The contents of the programme are intended to provide a general overview of all aspects related to food law, including security and food safety, food labelling, the concept of ‘made in Italy’ and environmental protection.
A seminar on competition law and economics (agriculture and fisheries) will be held by Professor Alberto Toffoletto.
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