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Professor Dragich teaches Conflict of Laws, Federal Courts, Law & Literature, and Food Law and Policy. She also has taught Legislation and Remedies. She formerly was Associate Dean for Library & Information Resources. Professor Dragich joined the faculty in 1993 after serving as Assistant Chief, Legal Research and Library Services Branch, Administrative Office of the United States Courts (1991-93); Adjunct Faculty, Catholic University, School of Library and Information Science (1991-93) and in various law librarian positions from 1983 to 1991 at the University of Houston, Georgia State University, and George Washington University.
|Do You Know What's On Your Plate?: The Importance of Regulating the Processes of Food Production, 28 JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND LITIGATION 385 (2013).|
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|Back to the Drawing Board: Reexamining Accepted Criteria for Regional Structure of the Courts of Appeals, 12:2 JOURNAL OF APPELLATE PRACTICE AND PROCESS 201 (2011).|
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