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Susan Schneider
Susan Schneider is a Professor of Law and serves as the Director of the LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law at the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Susan Schneider is a Professor of Law and serves as the Director of the LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law at the University of Arkansas School of Law.
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Caitlyn Greene, LL.M. Advisor to the Journal of Food Law & Policy
Caitlyn Greene instructs Journal students on cite-checking. LL.M. candidate Caitlyn Greene, a recent graduate of Duke University School of Law has been appointed as the LL.M. Advisor to the Journal of Food Law & Policy. This special graduate assistantship o...

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Lauren Manning & Ozark Pasture Beef to be Featured at Farm Aid
Check out this amazing video about small scale sustainable farming featuring our alumna and adjunct professor, Lauren Manning and her partners at  Ozark Pasture Beef .  The video was produced by Brian Lockwood Productions to be shown in between music sets a...

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LL.M. Candidates Contribute to Food Drive
The University of Arkansas School of Law Pro Bono Program organized a drive to collect personal care products and canned food products for the homeless families in our area. Seven Hills Homeless Shelter stood ready to distribute the donations and provide as...

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Introducing Meredith Kaufman - LL.M. Candidate & Graduate Assistant
We are pleased to introduce Meredith Kaufman, an LL.M. Candidate and Graduate Assistant to Professor Schneider.  Meredith will be assisting Professor Schneider as she prepares for her presentation at the Choose Food Symposium sponsored by John Hopkins Unive...

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Food, Farming, and Sustainability Class Discusses Crop Insurance
Professor Schneider's Food, Farming, and Sustainability class had the pleasure of learning about crop insurance from LL.M. alum Brandon Willis.  Brandon is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Economics at Utah State University, and he also s...

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Introducing Hannah Catt - LL.M. Candidate and Graduate Assistant
I'd like to introduce readers of our Ag Food Law Job Blog to Hannah Catt, the 2018-19 LL.M. candidate who received this year's LL.M. Alumni Graduate Assistant award. Hannah is a full-time LL.M. candidate with us here in Fayetteville. Hannah is from Indiana,...

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Introducting Hannah Catt, LL.M. Alumni Graduate Assistant
Last year about this time we launched the law school's first FundRazor campaign. We challenged LL.M. Alumni to help us fund a Graduate Assistantship position.  If you missed it, check out some of our videos on the LL.M. YouTube page.  We were delighted with...

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Belated THANK YOU
With the start of the new academic year, we've been busy assisting our largest LL.M. class (full- and part-time, on-campus and distance).  I just realized that I neglected to post photos of our welcome party and to publicly thank our wonderful alumna host, ...
Belated THANK YOU
Belated THANK YOU
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Tenured / Tenure-Track Agricultural Law Position at Drake Law School
DRAKE UNIVERSITY LAW
SCHOOL invites applications for a tenured/tenure-track position as Assistant/Associate/Professor
of Law in the field of Agricultural Law and Director of
the Drake Agricultural Law Center beginning in the
fall of 2019. Applicants must ho...

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LL.M. Alumna Amy Cornell receives Demeter Award for Excellence
Amy Cornell, of Counsel at Bose McKinney &
Evans LLP Amy Cornell, an alumna of the LL.M. Program, was nominated as a leader in the areas of agricultural law and policy, and as the “greatest champion” for Indiana’s 90,000 farmers and the 245,000 people who w...
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