The AALA is pleased to make available the 4th quarter agricultural law bibliography, which is prepared by Professor Drew Kershen. Please click on “Ag Law Bibliography” above on the home page menu for this quarter and previous 2014 bibliographies.
The Board of the Directors of the American Agricultural Law Association is pleased to announce that Kristy Thomason Ellenberg started on January 1, 2015 as the permanent executive director of the American Agricultural Law Association. Ten candidates applied for the position in August 2014, and eight candidates were interviewed by a team comprised of current and Read More
President-Elect ANNE “BETH” CROCKER Ms. Crocker has been a member of the American Agricultural Law Association since 1998, and previously was elected to serve as a Director on the AALA Board from 2010 – 2013, as well as serving on the Awards Committee from 2008 – 2013. She currently serves on the Communications Committee and Read More
By Drew L. Kershen, Professor of Law (emeritus), The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK Bankruptcy Farmers Chapter 12 Comment, The Farmer and the Tax Man: the Scope of the Tax Forgiveness Provision in Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, 78 Mo. L. Rev. 243-298 (2013). Biotechnology Clark, Ryan & Kerr, Direct Democracy, State Governments, and the Re-energized GMO Read More
As an AALA member, you have access to the members-only listserv. The listserv is a great networking tool that helps members stay up to date on a diverse range of agricultural law issues. Subscribing is easy – simply click on this link to send an email to the AALA Executive Director and include the email Read More
This article will be continually updated with information about seminars and conferences of interest to members of the AALA.
The AALA held a one-day regional conference June 6, 2014 at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in Baltimore, MD. The regional conference offered an opportunity to discuss today’s most important northeast regional and national agricultural law issues with professionals from around the country. Forty-six individuals attended: 3 students register, 11 Read More
By Phillip L. Fraas, Stinson Leonard Street, Washington, DC On February 7, 2014, President Obama signed into law the new farm bill, the Agricultural Act of 2014. Public Law 113-79; 127 Stat. _____; to be codified in __ U.S.C. _______. The text of the law is set out in H.R. Rept. No. 113-333, Jan. 27, 2014. This comprehensive agricultural, food, Read More
Welcome We invite you to the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in Baltimore, Maryland for the regional conference of the American Agricultural Law Association. This regional conference offers an opportunity to discuss today’s most important northeast regional and national agricultural law issues with professionals from around the country. Join us for Read More
By Drew L. Kershen, Professor of Law, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK Administrative Law Heinzerling, Undue Process at the FDA: Antibiotics, Animal Feed, and Agency Intransigence, 37 Vt. L. Rev. 1007-1031 (2013). Animals — Animal Rights Cassuto, Environment, Ethics, and the Factory Farm, 54 S. Tex. L. Rev. 579-585 (2013). Kelch, A Short History of Read More
By Drew L. Kershen, Professor of Law, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK Administrative Law Alexandre, Justice Kagan’s Presidential Administration and Bioengineered Foods: Making the Case for Congressional Guidance as a Check to Presidential Policy Setting, 46 Ind. L. Rev. 256-310 (2013). Agricultural Law: Attorney Roles and Educational Programs Vilsack & Bittleman, Faith Read More