Brian Fink

Farm & Food Legal Fellow

Brian Fink is the Farm and Food Legal Fellow at Yale Law School.  Through the Ludwig Center for Community & Economic Development and the Yale Environmental Protection Clinic, he is working with CLF to coordinate CLF’s Legal Food Hub in Connecticut.  Brian has worked on agriculture, food, and environmental issues as a fellow at the Resnick Program for Food Law and Policy and as a legal volunteer at the Sustainable Economies Law Center.  Brian holds a J.D. from UCLA School of Law and a B.A. in Journalism from University of Washington.  While at UCLA, he was the president of the Food Law Society, where he developed pro bono food law projects for its members.  He was also a Discourse Editor for the UCLA Law Review and a Managing Editor for the Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.

Recent Posts

A Vision of Farm Ownership
This blog is part of our occasional series on young farmers in Connecticut. Before starting Full Heart Farm in Ledyard, Connecticut, Allyson Angelini knew exactly what she wanted: to live on her own farm that could provide a community-supported agriculture program to nearby residents. Yet like so many young Connecticut farmers, realizing this vision proved…


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