Christina Rice is a Junior Staff Attorney at the Land Loss Prevention Project, where she provides legal assistance to financially distressed and limited resource farmers, homeowners, and landowners throughout North Carolina. Ms. Rice’s main areas of concentration are estate planning, foreclosure prevention, bankruptcy, and business entity formation. Prior to joining the Land Loss Prevention Project, Christina was a clinical fellow at the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC). During her time at FLPC, she provided legal and policy guidance to community advocacy groups, state agencies, and non-profit organization seeking to increase access to healthy foods, assist small and sustainable farmers in breaking into new commercial markets, and reduce waste of healthy, wholesome food. Ms. Rice earned her J.D., with honors from Charlotte School of Law, her Bachelor of Science degrees with honors from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and her LL.M. in Agricultural and Food Law from the University of Arkansas School of Law.