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How to Start and Grow a Food and Agriculture Law Practice

1h 1m

Created on September 26, 2013



Food and agriculture law are growing practice areas throughout the country.  The purpose of this program is to give an overview of the definition of food and agriculture law and discuss the regulatory system affecting food and agriculture.  This program is likewise designed to help attorneys grow a ‘food and agriculture law’ practice by introducing them  to the fundamental building blocks upon which similar successful practices have been perched, and the unique culture of the industry.  This course will be the first in a series of programs on food and agriculture law.


Learning Objectives:

I.    Distinguish the various industry-based practice areas of food and agriculture law

II.   Identify the sub-practice areas in food and agriculture law that may be of interest

III.  Ethically brand oneself as a food and agriculture attorney

IV.  Utilize legal organizations that offer support for food and agriculture lawyers

V.   Survey farmers, agri-business owners and food entrepreneurs to create a more responsive practice

VI.  Identify the primary legal needs of food and agriculture industry

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