The Food and Drug Law Institute, founded in 1949, is a non-profit organization that provides a marketplace for discussing food and drug law issues through conferences, publications and member interaction. The scope of FDLI includes food, drugs, animal drugs, biologics, cosmetics, diagnostics, dietary supplements, medical devices and tobacco. FDLI is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. FDLI does not engage in advocacy activities.

    FDLI’s Mission is to provide education, training, and publications on topical food and drug law; act as a liaison to promote networking as a means to develop professional relationships and idea generation; and ensure an open, balanced marketplace of ideas to inform innovative public policy, law, and regulation.

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    Child-Resistant Packaging for Liquid Nicotine: Are Current State and Fed... with Mena Alsaraf and Tim K. Mackey
    March 2016 (Policy Forum)

    Tobacco and Nicotine Delivery: Regulation and Compliance, 2nd Edition with Edited by Azim Chowdhury and J. Ben Haas
    July 2016 (Book)

    Pure Powdered Caffeine: Stakeholders Take Measure of FDA’s Warning Letters with Brenda Seidman
    February 2016 (Policy Forum)

    Bringing Your Pharmaceutical Drug to Market with Ralph Hall, Matt Hill, Neil Di Spirito
    April 2015 (Book)

    What Food Laws Can the UK Adopt to Reduce Health Inequalities? with Stuart Flint and Sophia Reale
    December 2015 (Policy Forum)