The LL.M. Program in Agricultural & Food Law is accepting applications for the class beginning in the Fall of 2017.
resident faculty, our visiting professors include experts in specialized agricultural and food law topics from Washington D.C., Washington state, California, Iowa, New York, Georgia, North Carolina, and Vermont. Through live video-conferencing, we link with students and professors in other countries, giving our studies a true global reach. Our extensive curriculum reflects both the practical and the policy issues that impact agriculture and our overall food system.
Recognizing that not all of our students cannot join us in Arkansas, we also offer classes by distance instruction. Distance students can video-conference into the classroom, participating as a member of the class from their home or office. Classes are recorded for later viewing. Online courses provide for carefully structured directed learning, often with videos, online participation, and occasional video-conferenced discussion groups. All of our distance courses are designed with the assistance of the experts working with the University of Arkansas Global Campus, assuring the best quality instruction and design.
There is complete integration between our face-to-face and distance programs, with our distance students always welcome to come to campus and our online courses open to all.
For more information visit our website, follow our blog at agfoodllm, and follow us on Twitter @agfoodlaw. Or call us at 479.575.3706; email LLM.uark.edu.