Concurring Opinions is delighted to introduce guest blogger Iselin Gambert! Iselin, who is one of my colleagues at GW Law School, is a professor of legal writing. She teaches courses in legal rhetoric and communication and coordinates the law school’s Writing Center. In her scholarship, she seeks to ask timely questions about the ways in which political, legal, linguistic, and cultural forces impact our daily lives and our relationship with food and other animals. Her current scholarly projects revolve around the use of language and rhetoric as a tool in cultural, political, and legal debates around sexism, racism, food policy, and the exploitation of animals. Her article —Got Mylk? The disruptive possibilities of plant milk– is forthcoming in the Brooklyn Law Review, and was recently identified as a “Notable & Quotable” by the Wall Street Journal.