Kenneth Riaf, Adjunct Faculty
School of Arts & Sciences

Ken Riaf is a Gloucester, Massachusetts based Attorney and Marine Aquaculture Consultant. In 1996 he served as Lawyer for the SeaStead Aquaculture Project, the first federally licensed Open Ocean Aquaculture facility located in US federal waters.


As Project Legal Consultant he has advised NGOs, Businesses and SeaGrant institutions including, Rutgers University, MIT and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute on the laws, regulations and economic aspects of Marine Aquaculture.


A former commercial fisherman, Riaf's articles and research on Marine Aquaculture have been published in academic and trade Journals in the US and abroad. His areas of concentration include: Business Law: State and Federal Aquaculture Law, Aquaculture Regulation, Aquaculture Policy and Open Ocean Aquaculture in the US Exclusive Economic Zone.


http://kenriaf-law.com


Professor Riaf has instructed: 'The Legal and Regulatory Environment for the Business Manager' at Endicott College, and Business Law I & II at Salem State University. He is a member of the Massachusetts and Federal Bars and presently teaches Law in Literature and Film at Endicott.


He is a graduate of Northeastern University and Antioch University School of Law.

Kenneth Riaf's area of expertise includes: Business Law: State and Federal Aquaculture Law, Aquaculture Regulation, Aquaculture Policy and Open Ocean Aquaculture in the US Exclusive Economic Zone.


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