We were first to offer an advanced legal degree program in agricultural and food law, first to publish a specialized journal devoted to food law and policy issues, and first to offer a fully integrated opportunity for face-to-face and distance education.
The School of Law offers outreach initiatives such as the Indigenous Food & Agriculture Initiative and the Food Recovery Project that connect our academic work with real world application.
The LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law offers a full curriculum of specialized courses that explore the diverse legal issues affecting our food system, from farm to fork.
Our students are diverse, talented, and committed to working at the highest professional level on the issues that affect our food system. Some are here with us in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Some are distance students who video conference into our classroom and interact with us online. We are proud of their work.
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