Some Wine With Your Law? A Law School Course in Wine

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  1. U.Miami has been teaching wine law for *years*:

    224 A ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LAW

    STEPHEN DIAMOND

    The manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages are heavily regulated and have at times been prohibited. By the term of Repeal, states have authority vis-a-vis alcoholic beverages that they do not have over ordinary commercial enterprises. This course looks at evolving federal-state jurisdiction over alcoholic beverages and at the varied state alcoholic beverage regimes. Regulation of manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages will be examined. The history of these subjects will be included, since the shadow of prohibition still looms over them.

  2. Who would have thought there’d be so many wine law courses? I do hope that they all come with wine tastings. And I wonder whether there might even be a casebook to accompany a case of wine.

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