Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Mahoney served as a clinical extern at Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic, where she conducted legal research and drafted policy recommendations on various public health issues, including the 2018 Farm Bill. She also worked for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as an Office of Policy Intern, where she collaborated with legal analysts to research and compose policy briefs about food and drug-related issues as they relate to biotechnology, health claims, food labeling, and tobacco regulations. Ms. Mahoney also advises on compliance with various food and dietary supplement labeling requirements including nutrition labeling and claims.
In law school, Ms. Mahoney served as Articles Editor of the Arizona Law Review. She also worked for Keller and Heckman as a summer associate, during which time she conducted regulatory research, evaluated new ingredient usage, and drafted Food Contact Notifications.
•Nov 08, 2018 Finally Fed Up with Private Plaintiffs Litigating over Empty Space, California Amends Slack Fill Law
•Jul 31, 2018 FDA’s Meeting on Comprehensive, Multi-Year Nutrition Innovation Strategy
•Jul 01, 2018 Jill Mahoney Authors CFSAN: Past and Present Food Safety and Nutrition Initiatives
•May 09, 2018 USDA AMS Publishes Bioengineered (BE) Labeling Proposed Rule
•Oct 05, 2017 FDA’s Meeting on Establishing a List of Pre-DSHEA Dietary Ingredients
• American Bar Association
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