FDLI Publications
Bravura Technologies
1.1 Varies with device
The Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI), 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. FDLI’s scope includes food, drugs, animal drugs, biologics, cosmetics, diagnostics, dietary supplements, medical devices and tobacco.
FDLI’s Mission is to provide education, training, and publications on 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.
FDLI publishes the quarterly, peer-reviewed Food and Drug Law Journal presenting in-depth scholarly analysis of food and drug law developments (coming soon to the app); Update magazine providing members with concise analytical articles on cutting edge food and drug law issues (coming soon to the app); Primers offering practical, how-to guidance on contemporary food and drug law topics (now available); the biweekly Food and Drug Policy Forum addressing policy issues (available at www.fdli.org); and numerous new books each year (now available).
In addition to publications, FDLI holds more than 30 in-person and webinar conferences on topics related to food and drug law. Our annual offerings include: Annual Conference; Advertising & Promotion (medical products); Enforcement, Litigation and Compliance; Food Week; Introduction to Food, Drug and Medical Device Law and Regulation (three separate courses); and advanced courses in food and drug law and regulation. FDLI’s Mission is to provide education, training, and publications on 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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