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Agricultural Management

Agricultural Management


Committee Description

Since 1996, the Agricultural Management Committee was founded to address cutting-edge issues concerning agriculture and the environment. The Committee focuses on developments in federal and state legislation, regulation, contracts, litigation and policy. Topics include the Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, developments in biotechnology, livestock and grain issues, sustainability, food safety, and farm data privacy. Our Committee is made up of diverse members from various legal occupations, including in house counsel at large and small agribusiness companies, private practice attorneys from solo practitioners to partners in the nation’s largest firms, law students and professors with interest in agriculture, non-governmental organization attorneys, and government officials working in and regulating agriculture.

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2016-2017 Committee Chair

Chair:

Galey, Megan

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2016-2017 Agricultural Management Leadership

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Upcoming Events

Section Events

    Tips to Make Your Writing More Effective and Efficient

    02/07/2017-02/07/2017

    Tips to Make Your Writing More Effective and Efficient

    Restoring Urban Rivers

    02/16/2017-02/16/2017

    The event will be held on 02/16/2017. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

    The Emerging Legal Framework for Promotion of Efficient Use of Resources

    02/23/2017-02/23/2017

    Sponsored by : Energy/ Environment Infrastructure Siting and Reliability Committee Program Overview: Increasingly it has become clear that to achieve sustainability on an ongoing basis, it is necessary to address the manner in which production and disposal cycles are integrated so that economic resource ...


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