Blogger and world wide traveler, Jen Fitzpatrick, of the Nomadic Fiztpatricks, has found creative ways to bring travel home during the pandemic. Though most of us aren't doing much extended travel right now, including Jen, she is bringing various cultures to her home by cooking different world cuisines and then taking a deep dive into each given culture. She is also exploring her own town and community in ways she hadn't done before. Also hear about her exciting new E-book coming out this September.
Cam recently had his first ever camping experience with a couple of buddies. Despite being a novice, he brought his A-game to this adventure. He became the de-facto chef for the excursion, and in doing so, made this mere camping trip into much more of a high end outing. In fact, Mike introduces the term glamping to Cam and believes that he might just be a full on "Glamper."
In part 2 of our dynamic conversation with attorney, Mary Vargas, we revisit the historic J.D. v. Colonial Williamsburg case and talk about the outcome and why this was such a landmark case for defending the rights of those with celiac and food allergies. We also talk to Mary about a current case in which she is representing a former University of Maryland student who was given far from equal treatment by the food services at the school.
Attorney, Mary Vargas, has been a maverick dealing in cases concerning Disability Rights. This week, Mary shares how she became interested in Disability Law and her thoughts on the FDA temporary policy change on food labeling requirements. Next week in part 2, Mary updates us on her client's well publicized and historic case, J.D. v. Colonial Williamsburg and also shares another dramatic case involving a celiac student at the University of Maryland.