Featured Member: Ashley Ellixson

Employer: United Dairymen of Arizona Education and Work Experience: After completing a B.S. in Business Finance at Arizona State University, Ashley attended Texas Tech University School of Law where she received a J.D. with a certificate of Science, Engineering, and Technology Law before moving on to receive an LL.M. in Agricultural and Food Law from […]

Webinar: The Current Antitrust Spotlight on Agriculture: What You Need to Know

Thursday, August 6, 2020

Join us August 6, 2020 at 12:00 PM (CST)

Over the last decade, many agricultural sectors have been the subject of civil antitrust law suits, including eggs, potatoes, mushrooms, beef, pork, chicken, tuna, and turkey. Perceived spreads between consumer prices and the amount paid to growers by processors and packers for supply have also triggered greater regulatory scrutiny. Recently, the Department of Justice has […]

Featured Member: Kitt Tovar Jensen

Employer:  Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation at Iowa State University Education and Work Experience: Iowa State University, B.S. Animal Science (2014) Drake University Law School, J.D. with honors (2018) University of Arkansas School of Law, LL.M. Food and Agricultural Law (expected 2021) Staff Attorney at CALT (2018-present) How did you get interested/involved in agriculture […]

AALA CLE Webinar: You Said What to Whom? An Attorney-Client Privilege Update

Friday, August 21, 2020

Join us August 21, 2020 at 12:00pm (CST) on Zoom

This webinar includes Jeffrey N. Brown, Senior Litigator and Kimberly M. Bousquet, both of Thompson Coburn LLP. The two panelists will speak about primers for the creation of the attorney-client privilege, the role of in-house counsel, procedural processes, sharing information, JV transactions, third party reports, ownership transfer issues, and the government’s role. Please note: 1. […]

Featured Member: Kelcy Schaunaman

Employer:   In May, I graduated from the University of South Dakota School of Law, and I am currently studying for the South Dakota Bar Exam.  In August, I plan to move to Washington, D.C., and pursue a career in agricultural law and policy Education and Work Experience: University of South Dakota School of Law, J.D. – […]

Featured Member: Joan Archer

Employer: Farmobile LLC Education and Work Experience: B.A., Gonzaga University (1982) M.A. Wayne State University (Detroit) (1984) J.D. University of Kansas (1992) Ph.D. University of Kansas (1993) After law school, I served as Law Clerk to Justice Fred N. Six of the Kansas Supreme Court.  I worked as a trial lawyer at several firms, focused […]

Webinar: Understanding Pesticide Regulation and the 9th circuit Dicamba Decision

This webinar will provide an overview of pesticide regulation and registrations in the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), the recent amended registrations for over-the-top (OTT) uses of dicamba, and the potential impacts of the recent 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision in National Family Farm Coalition v. EPA on certain uses the herbicide […]

AALA Member in the News: Anthony Schutz – Nebraska College of Law

Anthony Schutz Nebraska College of Law Schutz Named Associate Dean for Faculty (this story was originally published here https://law.unl.edu/node/2198/) On June 1, Professor Anthony Schutz was named Associate Dean for Faculty. In an email to faculty and staff, Dean Moberly said this of the appointment, “Anthony is an exceptional colleague, a well-regarded teacher, and a thoughtful […]

Featured Member: Brianna Schroeder

Employer: Janzen Agricultural Law, LLC Education and Work Experience: Wilson Elser Moskowitz & Dicker, Chicago IL (2015) Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP, Indianapolis IN (2009 to 2015) Valparaiso Law School – JD (2009) Valparaiso University – MS (2009) Carthage College – BA (2005)   How did you get interested/involved in agriculture law? I grew up […]