Agricultural and Water Law Seminar
March 21, 2019
Please consider attending all or part of the following day-long seminar at the College of Law, exploring current issues facing Nebraska in water and agricultural law. Approved for eight hours of CLE credit and one hour of ethics credit, participants can choose the entire day, a half-day option (morning or afternoon, including the ethics hour), or just the ethics portion. Lunch is included for all fee-paying attendees. The entire program is also available on a distance-education basis, but Nebraska will only allow you to claim five credits via distance education.
Admission is free for all University of Nebraska faculty, staff, and students.
An Introduction to Nebraska Water Law and Administration
Recent Developments and the Future of Water Law in Nebraska
Waters of the United States Under the Clean Water Act
Discharges Under the Clean Water Act
The Ethics of Advising Cannabis Clients (ethics)
Agricultural Law Topics
Nebraska Real Estate Taxes: What Can You Do About It?
Rights to Farm & Regulating Production Facilities
Farm Succession Planning: Tips, Tricks and Traps
Industrial Hemp – The Farm Bill and the Road Ahead
Festschrift Symposium Honoring Professor Neil Hamilton
March 29, 2019
1:00 p.m-5:00 p.m.
Drake University Law School
Cartwright Hall, Room 213
More information and registration available: Supreme Court Day Celebration.
Download the Festschrift Symposium program.
Approved for 3.25 CLE hours, Activity ID: 316706
Sixth Annual Mid-South Agricultural and Environmental Law Conference
Hosted by the National Agricultural Law Center
June 6-7, 2019
Agriculture in the Mid-South is uniquely impacted by changes and developments in state, federal, and international laws and policies. This program is part of a long-term effort to provide relevant and timely agricultural and environmental legal research and information to attorneys, lenders, accountants, tax consultants, students and other agricultural professionals involved in the agriculture and aquaculture industries in the southern U.S. The goal is to provide resources in the form of presentations and content, as well as to foster dialogue about the range of agricultural, food, and aquaculture issues for the Mid-South agricultural community. This conference will feature 6 hours of continuing education, including an hour of ethics. Further, for participants who register before May 14th, 2 “bonus hours” of online continuing education will also be included.
The conference will be held on June 6-7 in Memphis, TN. On the evening of the 6th, we will be holding our annual “Beer & BBQ” dinner reception at the Rendezvous from 6:30-8:30 pm. The conference itself will be held at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law on June 7th, with registration opening at 7:30am and the CLE itself beginning at 8am. For more information, or to register for the program, please click here.