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Food, Farming, and Sustainability: Readings in Agricultural Law
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Professor Schneider grew up on a third generation family farm in Minnesota and has devoted her entire legal career to agricultural law and food law. Her private practice experience includes work on behalf of farmers with firms in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Washington, D.C. She served as a staff attorney at Farmer's Legal Action Group Inc. (FLAG), and now serves on the FLAG Board of Directors. In addition to teaching at the University of Arkansas School of Law, she has taught agricultural law and related subjects at William Mitchell College of Law in Minnesota and at the Drake University Summer Agricultural Law Institute in Iowa.
Professor Schneider graduated with a B.A. from the College of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minnesota, earned her J.D from the University of Minnesota School of Law, and earned her LL.M. in Agricultural Law in from the University of Arkansas School of Law.
Top Customer Reviews
Most of the readings are reasonably clear and after you read enough you can sort of work out how different parts tie together, but it often seems like the editor just emptied her file cabinet, got permission from as many copyright holders as possible, pulled out the ones she did not get permission for and published the rest in the order she found them in.
Even half a page of intro and summary at the beginning and end of each chapter would help for readers who are not familiar with the information when they start reading, but there is not even a sentence for transition. Oh well, there is a ton of information here, just put on your mental barn boots, and wade through it.