Margaret Sova McCabe

Professor of Law
Educational Background

BA, Bard College
JD, University of Maine School of Law

Courses Taught

Administrative Process

General Areas of Interest, Scholarship, Research, & Practice Area

• Food systems and economic policy • Agriculture & food law • Administrative procedure


Biography

Professor Margaret Sova McCabe has taught law at the University of New Hampshire School of Law since 2001 and currently serves as the Associate Dean for Academic Administration. She is also a member of the New Hampshire and Maine Bars.

Professor McCabe’s primary teaching focus is to provide students with the analytical and writing skills essential to successful practice. To accomplish this goal, Professor McCabe engages students in critical thinking about how law affects society, and in particular, food systems and economic policy.

Professor McCabe’s recent articles appear in the Maine Law Review, The Journal of Food Law and Policy, and The Food and Drug Law Journal. Her current work-in-progress analyzes current legal rights themes in food system reforms. She is also a Food & Society Faculty Fellow at the UNH Sustainability Institute.

Additional Information

She is a Food & Society Faculty Fellow at the UNH Sustainability Institute.

Phone: 
(603) 513-5261