We are excited to introduce Diana R.H. Winters as an occasional contributor to Bill of Health.
Diana has been an Associate Professor at Indiana University McKinney School of Law since 2012. She joined McKinney Law from Boston University Law School, where she was a Visiting Assistant Professor and the Health Law Scholar. Before that, Winters was an Assistant Solicitor General in the New York State Attorney General’s Office. Winters is also a founding board member of the Indianapolis (Indy) Food Council. She is currently researching the structure of food regulation, and the judicial review of health and safety regulation. She teaches Torts, Health Law, Environmental Law, and Food Law and Policy.
- Intractable Delay and the Need to Amend the Petition Provisions of the FDCA, 90 Ind. L.J. ___ (forthcoming 2015).
- The Magical Thinking of Food Labeling: The NLEA as a Failed Statute, 89 Tulane L. Rev. ___ (forthcoming 2015).
- False Certainty: Judicial Forcing of the Quantification of Risk, 85 Temple L. Rev 315 (Spring 2013).
- Not Sick Yet: Food-Safety-Impact Litigation and Barriers to Justiciability, 77 Brooklyn L. Rev. 905 (Spring 2012).