Each year, our organization also presents AALA Scholarship Awards which are intended to recognize and encourage scholarly work.
In selecting student winners, the AALA Awards Committee considers criteria including the excellence in quality of writing, the relevance to important legal issues in agriculture, broadly defined, the clarity of analysis, the potential impact, and other attributes of scholarship.
From Precision Agriculture to Market Manipulation: A New Frontier in the Legal Community, 17 Minnesota Journal of Law Science & Technology, 489 (2016).
Agriculture Precision Farming: Who Owns the Property of Information? Is it the Farmer, the Company who Helps Consult the Farmer on How to Use the Information Best, or the Mechanical Company who Built The Technology Itself?, 19 Drake J. Agric. L. 239 (2014).