The LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law at the University of Arkansas School of Law has two remaining teaching assistantship positions that are available to attorneys with practice experience. In exchange for adjunct teaching one course per semester, the attorney receives a full tuition waiver and a small stipend.
The LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law is the only LL.M. program in agricultural law and food law in the United States. From traditional farming and ranching to urban agriculture; from agribusiness to farmers markets; we consider consumer, producer, and processor perspectives. We study the law and policy that shapes our food system.
Our unique curriculum attracts attorneys from throughout the United States and the world. Our alumni proudly serve as leaders in private practice, government, industry, public policy, advocacy, and academia. For information about our alumni placement and accomplishments and to learn more about the Program, visit the AgfoodLLM blog.
Recognizing that a food system should reflect the diversity and the culture of the people it serves, we also have outreach to under-represented groups in agriculture. The Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative at Arkansas is the nation’s first law school initiative focusing on tribal food systems, agriculture, and community sustainability.
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Susan A. Schneider
Professor of Law
Director, LL.M. in Agricultural & Food Law
University of Arkansas School of Law
Fayetteville, AR 72701