Distance Learning Option for an LL. M. in Agriculture and Food Law

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Excitingly, the University of Arkansas, School of Law will be offering a distance learning option for its prestigious LL.M. Program in Agriculture and Food Law beginning this fall.  I am oftentimes contacted by aspiring food and agriculture lawyers.  I always recommend agriculture law programs available at the University of Arkansas.  Just look at this list of food and agriculture law …

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My Path Becoming an Agriculture Lawyer in New York City

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Last month, I spoke to a group of Texas 4-H kids at a Texas A & M University via Skype about my work as an agriculture lawyer in New York City.  I was asked to share a bit about my path and how I become an agriculture lawyer in the Big Apple.  Here was my response: I grew up on …

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Interested in Learning More about California’s Proposed GM Food Labeling Law?

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The American Bar Association’s (“ABA”) Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (“SEER”) will be hosting a program titled California’s Proposed GM Food Labeling Law:  Pros, Cons, and Legal Issues on tomorrow, July 31, from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 EST.  The program is co-sponsored by the International Environmental Law Committee; the Pesticides, Chemical Regulation, and Right-to-Know Committee; the National Agricultural Law Center; and the American Agricultural Law Association …

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Labor Day Links

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I hope everyone is enjoying their Labor Day!  I spent my Labor Day having some good ol’ Texas BBQ and enjoying the street fair in Manhattan.   Here are some links for your Labor Day reading: 1.  I spent Sunday afternoon listening to the U.S. Department of Agriculture/Department of Justice public workshops.  It is definitely worth a listen for livestock producers (particularly cattle folks).   …

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