Hay Ground, Horses and Home Rule: An Ag Law Year in Review
June 22, 2017 | Kristine A. Tidgren
This week I had the pleasure of attending the Iowa Bar Annual Meeting. The meeting allows attorneys from around the state to gather in Des Moines, connect with colleagues, and attend some great educational sessions. The Agricultural Law Section of the Bar always provides its own track of programming focused on issues important to rural clients. It's wonderful to meet with this group and to see the expertise and concern these attorneys bring to their work.
My part of the program was to share a review of agricultural law highlights from the past year. I am posting the presentation slides, as well as the written outline prepared for this event, thinking it may be of interest to some not in attendance.
Access detailed written outline (current through the end of April, 2017) here.
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