Note from Susan A. Schneider:
The LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law<http://law.uark.edu/llm> at the University of Arkansas School of Law now has both a face-to-face program in Arkansas and a distance track that offers our full curriculum remotely. While our LL.M. candidates get first priority in terms of course enrollment, we now also allow non-degree students to take our courses. JD students, lawyers, and graduate students in related disciplines are all welcome to apply to take one or more of our classes.
Our program began as an agricultural law program over thirty years ago, and since 2004, we have offered food law courses as part of our core curriculum. In 2009, we changed the official name of the program to reflect the integrated study that we provide. It is now the LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law<http://law.uark.edu/llm>.
Last August, we launched our new distance program, and expanded our curriculum. All of our courses are now available remotely.
If you visit our website, you can see the list of the courses<http://law.uark.edu/
We are moving into the international arena with a focus on developing and transitional economies, food system resilience, corporate social responsibility, rule of law and land tenure issues. The professors that are helping to guide our work in this area are Christopher Kelley<http://law.uark.edu/
If you would like any additional information, please contact me or LL.M. Program Administrator, Sarah Hiatt<mailto:email@example.com>.
I have personally found food law to be one of the most fascinating and rewarding areas of study – and it is one that is rapidly growing in significance.
William H. Enfield Professor of Law & Director
LL.M. in Agricultural & Food Law<http://law.uark.edu/llm>
Face-to-face and distance education<http://www.
University of Arkansas School of Law